2. level 1. nista002. · 5y. Mario Tennis for the 64 is my favorite video game, full stop. 4. level 1. creepymanchildren. · 5y i liek tenis.
Mario Tennis Aces is the go-to tennis video game for me and my tennis buddies. You can also turn off the crazy special/trick shots and get a more "realistic" tennis experience, which is how we normally play it. Makes for some A-grade banter.
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Sort by: best. level 1. FuriousDee. · 3y. Top Spin 4 is still the standard of good tennis game IMO. My other favorites are Virtua Tennis 4, and Mario Power Tennis on gamecube. Apparently Mario Tennis Aces for Switch is good too but I haven't played it. 5. level 1.
This is the best tennis game I've ever played (and it's not Top Spin 4) I have been an avid tennis and tennis video game fan for about the last 20 years. I’ve probably played every major or notable tennis game available (including AO Tennis 2). Up until a few days ago, Top Spin 4 was my long time favorite tennis game, like a lot of people.
The best tennis game I ever played was the tennis minigame in Super Monkey Ball Deluxe. Unlike Wii Sports, you can play full matches like in real life, the player movement mechanic is superb (and you have to move it, nothing is automatic), the four characters (or so) had a good variety of skills, and shot placement was realistic.
Mario Tennis Aces is the best tennis video game ever. Most tennis games are so janky/hard to play mechanically that you're mostly concerned with putting the ball in. In MTA there's no unforced errors, which is surprisingly a great thing: you can focus on tactics/strategy, and it has a lot of depth.
Tennis games don't sell anywhere close to as well as other sports games. Therefore, they don't get good budgets or long development cycles, so they usually feel half-baked, incomplete, and rushed. Top Spin 4, a modded Tennis Elbow 2013, and Mario Tennis Aces (in the mode that turns off all the special shots) are the exceptions, in my opinion ...
Tennis as part of video games might not exist if it weren't for games like Pong and Tennis for Two. While Pong is based on table tennis, Tennis for Two is played from the side view of a tennis court.