Mario Tennis Aces supports a more streamlined version of tennis matches, which is something many players didn’t want at all.
Consider this a friendly reminder to fire up your Wii U this weekend and download the free trial of Wii U Sports Club. From today through March 23, Wii U owners in Australia, Europe and North America will have access to Bowling, Golf and Tennis. Players who wish to keep playing after March 23 can […]
Wii Sports Club has launched, and today, two offerings are available: Bowling and Tennis. Each are being offered individually via the eShop for €9.99/£8.99 each or through a one-day pass for €1.99/£1.79. Other sports activities such as baseball, boxing, and golf will be offered at a later date.
Nintendo has sent put its release schedule for the eShop, WiiWare and the rest. Get caught up on the offerings below.
EA sent out an email event invite to US press last night confirming that the next edition of Tiger Woods will support Wii MotionPlus.So will the company’s upcoming Tennis game. So will virtually every Wii game coming out at the end of this year, at a guess.More on IGN.
Peter Moore has just announced a new sports title called Tennis, developed by EA Canada.The game will be a Nintendo Wii exclusive and features use of the new Motion Plus technology.Also, the famous British tennis arena Wimbledon will included exclusively, apparently.So that’s wonderful.Remember to keep F5’ing our live blog here.By Mike Bowden