Features tag-team matches and a “Berserker” mode.
Serious tennis games are all well and good, but there’s definitely room for more light-hearted takes on the sport, as Mario Tennis Aces proves. That fine title is getting some competition in the form of Alphawing Games’ Gachinco Tennis S, which has just gone live on the Japanese Switch eShop for ¥1,200.
Described as an “action game” which uses a simplistic control method (thanks, Gematsu), Gachinco Tennis S sports a deliberately low-resolution look which calls to mind the N64 era.
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