Nintendo announced that Japan is getting a pre-release online tournament for Mario Tennis Aces before its release, and it'll take place at the start of June with a save data bonus for the game. We won't know for sure how it turns out until it releases in June, but Nintendo plans to give fans a sneak peak prior to that with an online demo. Mario's standard costume will be made available in the full game, giving a little extra incentive to try it out. Another short clip highlighted the game's single-player Adventure Mode.
Check out the Adventure Mode trailer for Mario Tennis Aces below. "In adventure mode, Mario sets off to rescue him from the Legendary Racket". We can also see that the same spirit has taken over Wario and Waluigi (as if they weren't sour enough already). In North America, players will be able to download a free demo of the game beginning June 1st at 6:00 p.m. With full-blown tennis battles on hazardous courts, varying missions that challenge your skills, and monstrous bosses standing in your way, strategic tennis is at your fingertips.
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FSV Mainz 05, and appears to be in a race against time to prove he is ready to be included in Joachim Low's World Cup squad. Germany are in Group F with Mexico, Sweden and South Korea, and play their first match on Sunday, 17 June.
Perhaps as a show of confidence, Nintendo has announced the details for a special pre-launch online tournament for the newest title. Everybody who participates in the tournament will unlock Mario's classic overalls for the full-release version of the game, which is definitely good news for those who don't like being able to see Mario's legs.
With the unveiling of a new Super Smash Bros. title, and the general hype surrounding Nintendo's E3 presence, it may have been easy to forget that Mario Tennis Aces is due out next month for the Nintendo Switch.