The best and most balanced Mario Strikers title yet, undercut by limited modes and a lacklustre sense of progression.
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An absorbing mix of tabletop inspirations and sci-fi storytelling, that makes for one of the most unique and well-written games of the year.
An appealing riff on the Pokémon role-playing formula which, while a little too safe, has enough small deviations and improvements to justify its existence.
A perfunctory kart racing spin-off that has a few unique charms but falls well short of its far superior competition.
An admirable refresh of a cult classic, with excellent presentation and thoughtfully implemented new mechanics, but it's held back by its reluctance to modernise in other areas.
Probably the best ever use of the Jurassic Park licence in a video game, marred by repetition and exploitable systems.
A surprisingly deep and customisable role-player, wrapped in an enjoyable but unremarkable episode of South Park.
[A]s a whole, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash feels like a rushed Christmas pick-up after the incredible fan-service of Super Smash Bros and Mario Kart 8.