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Mario Power Tennis
Mario-Power-Tennis
European boxart of the game Mario Power Tennis for Gamecube.
Developer(s) Camelot Software Planning[1]
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Main Development Staff Director:
Haruki Kodera

Producers:
Hiroyuki Takahashi[2]
Shinji Hatano
Shugo Takahashi

Designers:
Hiroyuki Takahashi
Shugo Takahashi

Composer:
Motoi Sakuraba[3]
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube,
Nintendo Wii
Release Date(s) Nintendo GameCube
Japan October 28, 2004
USA November 8, 2004
Europe February 25, 2005

Nintendo Wii
Japan January 15, 2009
Europe March 6, 2009
USA March 9, 2009
Australia March 26, 2009
Genre(s) Sports
Ratings ESRB: ESRB E Everyone
Mode(s) Single player,
Multiplayer
Media(s) GameCube Optical Disc,
Wii Optical Disc
Input(s) GameCube Controller,
Wii Remote (and Nunchuk)

Mario Power Tennis (マリオテニスGC, Mario Tenisu Jī Shī in Japan), also known as Mario Tennis GC, is a tennis game developed by Camelot Software Planning[1] and released for the Nintendo GameCube by Nintendo in 2004-2005. It is the third game in the Mario Tennis series. A new version of the game was later released for the Nintendo Wii in 2009.

Playable Characters[]

Default[]

Unlockable[]

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Trivia[]

  • It is the first tennis game and the second Mario sports game that Diddy Kong has ever appeared in as a playable character.
  • Diddy Kong's voice actor, Katsumi Suzuki[4], as well as Donkey Kong's voice actor, Takashi Nagasko[5] have voiced their respective characters since this game.

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