Advertising Blurbswww.nintendo.com – Wii Virtual Console:
- Originally released in October 1985
- Download this Virtual Console title for only 500 Wii Points
- Use the Classic Controller, Wii Remote or GCN Controller to play this game
Serve your way to the championship in this classic court game.Extra Game Features:
Contributed by gamewarrior (5069) on Mar 27, 2007.
Start slidin', then get swingin'!
Some of the world's greatest classic video games are making a triumphant return! Now, with e-Reader technology, the code for an entire game can be stored on a stack of just five cards! Just slide the e-Reader cards through an e-Reader attached to a Game Boy Advance and you're ready to play.
Hit the court in style with Tennis-e. One player can compete against challenging computer opponents in grueling match play. If you think you're ready for the pros, start slidin' and get swingin'!
The Tennis-e card pack comes with five cards. Scan all five cards into your e-Reader accessory for Game Boy Advance, and you're ready to play!
Contributed by Xoleras (66309) on Apr 13, 2005.
- Perfect a high-speed serve to ace your opponent!
- Backhand a cross-court shot to win the set.
- It takes the best of the best to become the champion.
A SMASHING HIT!
It's match point and your advantage. You drive a rocket serve to the far corner and rush the net. Your opponent makes a great return lob to the baseline. You scramble back and get off a cross-court passing shot for the point and match. See if you have what it takes to be the ultimate pro!
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Nov 02, 2004.
A SMASHING HIT
It's match point and your advantage. You drive a rocket serve to the far corner and rush the net. Your opponent makes a great hit with a lob to the baseline. You scramble back and get off a cross-court passing shot for the point and match. This game has all the strokes of the pros--forehand, backhand, smash or lob.
GAME PLAY: You gauge the speed of your serve with your timing on the controls, then try to cover the court as the volley begins. Position on the court and timing on your stroke make all the difference. Keep an eye on your opponent and pick your best shot. Lob over the man at the net with your B button shot, then rush the net yourself and get ready for your overhead smash! Your computer opponent has five skill levels to choose from, and you can play it alone or with a friend as a doubles partner.
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Mar 20, 2004.