Mario Tennis Aces Release Date and New Details Revealed

Mario & Luigi Bowser's Inside Story is back again with an extra side story, Bowser Jr.'s Journey, and will be available sometime in 2019.

In addition to these new shots, there is also the block ability. Also, a bigger Detective Pikachu Amiibo, which is 5.3 inches tall, will launch alongside the game on March 23. Up to four players can take to the court with the games refined advanced tennis system.

Mario Tennis Aces releases for Switch on June 22. There is now a demo available on the Nintendo e-Shop. And given how little is known about the Switch's current line-up it seems like it has a good chance of being an important one. And we know a mainline Pokémon game is coming to Switch, but nothing has ever been shown of it. You can catch the full breakdown of mechanics below.

Yesterday during the absolutely massive Nintendo Direct presentation (which pretty much broke the internet thanks to the announcement of Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch) Nintendo also outlined a lot of the larger titles coming to Switch in the first half of the year.

Octopath Traveller got a small segment between the excitement.

The Special Shot is a character's ultimate strike. Jobs in battle were revealed, with secondary jobs having strategic use inside combat as well as outside. It will be released for the Switch and 3DS on July 13. The game has been out in Japan for a while, but the rest of the world will get it March 23rd.

The leak came from retailer Rakuten, which lists a Japanese release date of June 22nd. You can get the Praise the Sun gesture by using the Solaire Amiibo. The game is available sometime this year.

Squid Research Lab also presented Splatoon 2: Octo Exclusive.

One of the games ready to be served up is Mario Tennis Aces.

The first new shot is called the Zone Shot. Once it's all used up, you'll have to perform trick shots. Zone Speed is essentially bullet time slowing down the world around you and letting you save balls.

  • Joey Payne