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Official Nintendo Magazine
Still a surprisingly controllable game of tennis 21 years on. It's too basic, although ironically you can aim more accurately than in some Wii games. It's unforgiving though, and still has its original glitch - miss your serve, let the ball land on your head and you get a point. Well, at least it's authentic.
„Tennis“ ist kein großes Kino, aber bietet für drei Euro nette Unterhaltung für zwischendurch. Mehr verlangen die Virtual Console-Titel heutzutage auch nicht mehr. Mario, der Klempner, ist prominenter Zuschauer und Schiedsrichter, hilft aber über das insgesamt monotone Gameplay kaum hinweg.
Instead, to experience this rather ramshackle offering, you're expected to pay over the odds. The only reasonable course of action is to vote with your wallets and send Nintendo a message that you're not interested in rubbish like this.