I hope you all are practicing tennis balls on your enemies. Starting next year, Mario Tennis Aces will receive three additional characters for the playable list. These players will come as free content for the tennis title. There is a problem, though. Involves monthly online tournaments.
Prepare to serve (your opponents defeat)
To unlock the three new tennis stars Aces, players have to participate in online tournaments. Not only that, but playing online only gives players the chance to get these characters. There are no guarantees.
Here is a preview of the new faces:
The technical player Luma will be the reward for those who earn a certain amount of points in the month of January 2019. I would say that it is a ridiculous addition to the list, but Aces has Chomp current. At least Luma has arms.
The defensive character Boom Boom will be the players' prize for the February tournaments. I remember stepping on this guy's head several times during Super Mario Bros. 3.
Finally, Speedy Pauline is the star of the March tournaments. It's good to see the mayor of New Donk City take some time to relax and end the sneakers.
I was going to say that calling these new stars the sport of "free content" is a bit misleading. After all, players need a paid subscription to play Mario Tennis Aces connected. Luckily, those of us who choose not to play in the interwebs will still receive the above characters exactly one month after each one is available.
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Going up aces: Change Mario Tennis to receive three free characters next year was last modified: November 24, 2018 per
Arthur Damian is a writer, publisher, educator and video game lover. Based and living in Brooklyn, NY, he has been playing since the age of five, from the NES to the Nintendo Switch. His favorite system is SNES, his favorite game is Time Triggerand you can not convince him otherwise. He loves dogs, rainbow crackers, Spider-Man and songs with intricate drum patterns. Arthur is also the editor-in-chief of That VideoGame Blog.