Mario Tennis Power Tour ROM

mario tennis power tour rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Mario Tennis Power Tour is about 8 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 21 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

There are 44 Power Shots in Mario Tennis: Power Tour, with half of them being Offensive and the other half being Defensive, although 12 of these are exclusive to the Mario characters. These first become first available after reaching Senior level, however only Varsity and Island Open opponents actually use them.

To unlock a Power Shot, certain levels need to be reached in the PS Minigames. The Power Shots that Ace and Clay can use and the requirements for each are listed below. To use a Power Shot in the game, the Power Shot meter must be fully charged. When it is, a yellow-orange ring will appear around the players character. Hold and press for an Offensive Power Shot, and hold and press for a Defensive Power Shot.

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Additional Information

Mario Tennis: Power Tour, known as Mario Power Tennis in Europe, is a 2005 sports game developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. It is the sequel to the Game Boy Color version of Mario Tennis. While it is the handheld companion to Mario Power Tennis, released on GameCube, with the European release sharing its title, Power Tour lacks connectivity with Power Tennis, unlike how its predecessor features connectivity with its console counterpart on Nintendo 64.

The gameplay of Power Tour is similar to Mario Power Tennis’ gameplay. Players play tennis with other characters, in both doubles and singles, and there are several mechanics such as topspin, slice, and “Power Shots” (Special Shots in the Japanese version). There are both Offensive Power Shots and Defensive Power Shots which are earned further in the game.

Offensive Power Shots are very powerful attacks; they power-up the ball and when they make contact with another player, they cause an effect such as being knocked back a little bit, running around dazed, etc. Defensive Power Shots can negate the secondary effects of Offensive Power Shots and they can reach balls which normally would be out of reach. There are topspin and slice, and topspin has more power than slice, while slice exchanges a tiny bit of power for more curve in the character’s shot. As well as this, there is also a variety of shots, such as lobs or smashes.

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Mario Tennis Power Tour

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Release Date

Japan: September 13, 2005
Europe: November 18, 2005
Australia: December 1, 2005
North America: December 5, 2005




Camelot Software Planning


Game Boy Advance




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