Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Information, Screenshots and Trailer.

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Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash | oprainfall

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash for Wii U was announced at Nintendo’s E3 Digital Event 2016. It’s part of the long-running Mario Tennis franchise. It’s being developed by Camelot Software Planning, which is known for developing Mario Tennis games, as well as the Mario Golf and Golden Sun franchises. This game is set for Holiday 2015. This is the first Mario Tennis in HD and it’s great that Camelot has overcome the HD barrier and is starting to make HD games. It appeared on the Nintendo Treehouse today.

Here are some screenshots of the game below, as well as Nintendo’s official trailer on their YouTube channel.

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash | oprainfall

Mario Tennis: Ultra  Smash | oprainfall

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash | oprainfall

Mario Tennis: Ultra  Smash | oprainfall

Mario Tennis: Ultra  Smash | oprainfall

You can enjoy (if you plan on picking this up) Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash this holiday. No specific release date yet. Stay tuned here at oprainfall, especially during E3, for more updates. And enjoy the trailer below.

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash is available for pre-order on Amazon:

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