New Mario Tennis Aces Gameplay Shows Off Intense, Arcadey Matches


Starting June 1, you will be able to download the demo and compete in some online gameplay against others. Players will also unlock Mario's classic outfit for use in the main game on release.

After the major disappointment that was Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Aces is looking a lot better.

The tournament will play out over the first weekend in June.

More news: Former T&T footballer Jlloyd Samuel killed in United Kingdom vehicle crash
More news: Ryan Reynolds aka Deadpool shock fans with a surprise performance in Korea
More news: City beat Southampton to end season with 100 points

Mario Tennis Aces , the next Mario-inspired sports game releasing for Nintendo Switch in June, comes with a twist. "In Adventure Mode, Mario sets off to rescue him from the legendary racket".

This is everything we want out of a Camelot Mario Tennis game. It's everything that doesn't have to be in a tennis game to make it fun, but exactly what we've been craving for years. Tell us what you think below. As Mario progresses through the various stages, he will level up and collect more powerful rackets to wield against the forces of this mysterious evil. As you venture around the Mushroom Kingdom, you'll take on different kinds of matches and minigames to tighten those tennis skills and bolster your stats. The beta will end on Sunday, June 3 at 4 PM PAC, 7 PM EAS, Monday, June, 4 and at 9 AM, Midnight UK AEST.

In addition to that info, Nintendo of Japan has uploaded an overview trailer for Aces that covers some of the story mode content. Currently, there are 15 confirmed characters: Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Daisy, Wario, Waluigi, Bowser, Bowser Jr., Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Boo, Toad, Toadette, Rosalina and Chain Chomp.