Mario: Tennis


Originally known as Mario's Dream Tennis, Mario's Sports is a 2000 sports video game. It was developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. It introduced characters such as Waluigi and Princess Daisy, as well as reintroduced Birdo and Bowser. A Game Boy Color version was developed by Camelot and released as Mario Tennis GB in Japan. Its predecessor, Mario's Sports, had a similar story line, with the same characters, but different characters.

This version of Mario Tennis features robust single-player options, and a full match of tennis action. It has a vast character roster and is one of the most exciting yet. The game's competitive scene was reminiscent of Super Smash Bros. N64 players were also able to compete with friends, while aspiring pro players could learn the game's mechanics through online matches. This way, they could improve their game and become better at it.