Mario Tennis Open ceased production?

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User Info: kirbybrawl

kirbybrawl
3 years ago#1
i went to a gamestop yesterday in palm beach county fl looking for tennis open and i was told the game has ceased production. The employee did search around the area and told me a nearby store did have one new and that the warehouse a copy left. i have seen new copies in toys r us and walmart but who knows how long they have been sitting on the shelf.

User Info: SalsaSavant

SalsaSavant
3 years ago#2
Not a surprise.

I doubt i sold well. It had zero innovation and was pretty bare bones.
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User Info: 90sRetroGaming

90sRetroGaming
3 years ago#3
lol...
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User Info: KAMMYqueen

KAMMYqueen
3 years ago#4
i know it didne't sell very well so it could have
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User Info: MrAntike184

MrAntike184
3 years ago#5
Its one of the best selling 3DS games... so how did it not sell well?
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User Info: jovewolf

jovewolf
3 years ago#6
It's entirely possible and may be true, but in my experience, "Ceased Production" is often just Gamestop-speak for "We're not buying any more copies."
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User Info: Mottman

Mottman
3 years ago#7
What the heck has happened to Camelot? Between Golden Sun: Dark Dawn and Mario Tennis Open, it seems the quality of their games has really gone downhill in recent years. Did they have a major personnel shakeup there or something?
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User Info: Klon_Redfield

Klon_Redfield
3 years ago#8
Mottman posted...
What the heck has happened to Camelot? Between Golden Sun: Dark Dawn and Mario Tennis Open, it seems the quality of their games has really gone downhill in recent years. Did they have a major personnel shakeup there or something?


A shame really, they were one of my favorite devs in the GBC/GBA era.
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User Info: kirbybrawl

kirbybrawl
3 years ago#9
When i bought this game when it came out i did have fun with it but after about a couple hours of playing it, it felt very bare. I just wanted to buy the game again because i left it at my brothers house in another state and we can play something other than mario kart online.

User Info: Marsford

Marsford
3 years ago#10
I played 55 hours of that game rather quickly. Online was fun but became broken and then I said f*** it.

y no RPG mode >=(
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