This week, Mario and friends hit the court in their first new home console tennis release in over ten years. Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash also represents the first Mario sports series game to arrive on the Wii U so far (three years after the system launched). I think I can see why Nintendo is so far behind in console sales.
While it seems to be a bit lacking in content compared with the last home console Mario Tennis game, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash is still sure to play a fun little game of tennis. Whether you've been patiently waiting for a quality sports title to finally come to the Wii U, or you simply want to throw Nintendo a bone, you probably can't go wrong here.
Also out this week, the Game Boy Advance port of Super Street Fighter II Turbo (on the Wii U Virtual Console), a new strategy RPG from the makers of the Luminous Arc series, and another entry in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. Grab the mega mushroom and land an ultra smash, then proceed further to see more of this week's new releases.
- Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (Camelot, up to 4 players, $49.99)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival (Game Boy Advance Virtual Console) (Capcom, 1 player, $7.99)
- Typoman (Brainseed Factory, 1 player, $13.99)
- Stella Glow (Image Epoch, 1 player, $49.99)
- Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon (Nintendo, 1 player, $39.99)
- Moco Moco Friends (Aksys Games, 1 player, $39.99)
[Source: Business Wire]