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89. It’ll get so close but not quite make it.



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Still nothing. It can't possibly take this long to give the game 10/10 after they see Waluigi.



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75-ish. Because it's a tennis game, reviewers will score it lower no matter how good it might be.



OTBWY said:

75-ish. Because it's a tennis game, reviewers will score it lower no matter how good it might be.

But it's also a Nintendo game, so there will be a lot of internal struggling.



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vivster said:
OTBWY said:

75-ish. Because it's a tennis game, reviewers will score it lower no matter how good it might be.

But it's also a Nintendo game, so there will be a lot of internal struggling.

The last 2 Mario tennis games have got below 70.



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pikashoe said:
vivster said:

But it's also a Nintendo game, so there will be a lot of internal struggling.

The last 2 Mario tennis games have got below 70.

Because you couldn't break your rackets. Critics love Nintendo games where things break that previously didn't.



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Thinking this could be 80+.



Sitting at 79 average on Metacritic. Single-player mode doesn't sound very substantial and the new mechanics are a bit divisive, but it's a big improvement on recent Mario spin-offs from Camelot.



"but its family friendly appearance disguises a brutally difficult single player experience that will surely alienate younger players."

Wut ? So ... is MTA the Dark Souls of Mario Tennis ?

Anywoo, some people have issues with the single player content, even though it has miles better stuff than their romanticized Power Tennis (technically ...)

26 reviews so far, 78 on Metacritic.

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Asriel said:
Sitting at 79 average on Metacritic. Single-player mode doesn't sound very substantial and the new mechanics are a bit divisive, but it's a big improvement on recent Mario spin-offs from Camelot.

Most of the negatives are complaints about the single player being too difficult. It's weird how that is sometimes used as a pro and sometimes as a con.