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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 April 2022
Very disappointing and all the more surprising since this is a Nintendo game.

Only 6 sports, two of which are extremely similar (badminton and tennis) with a severe lack of game/challenge modes is just not enough. Also do not expect an enthusiastic announcer voice sadly, especially in bowling, where the woman speaking sounds like she had 2 whole minutes to desperately record all her lines before running off to the toilet to answer nature’s call…

So much could’ve easily been added to this, from archery and stunt planes to pool or even table tennis to add a rapid-pace version of the base tennis mechanics.

Avatar customisation…. Well… it barely exists. Almost no options to choose from at launch and cosmetic items can seemingly only be unlocked through online play - which likely means that if you do not pay for Nintendo online then tough luck.

They might fix this lack of content post-launch with free dlc such as the promised golf mode coming soonish, but Nintendo has found itself falling into the same modern trend we all hate of releasing a half-baked product based on promises. Which really IS a shame as the game looks, sounds and controls are really good.
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