DS #3723: Tennis no Oji-Sama: Doubles no Oji-Sama - Girls, Be Gracious

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  1. Chanser
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    even thaught it sounds a little bit gay i would still wind this game in english ...

    allways loved the Tennis no Oji-Sama games ...

    weren't there even one or two versions in english on the GBA ? well dunno played some of them but sadly the newer ones are completely unplayable due to the added "story" or "training" or whatever mode there is

    and only exebition gets boring as well...
     
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    Prince of Tennis started out as a boy's comic, which is why we got all of those awesome tennis games. After a while, the fan base became all female and Konami started to cater to them only, hence all of the romance-sim type games. Prince of Tennis will always be awesome, but it's sad to see them stop making real games.
     
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    Yeah, I loved the GBA and DS games of Prince of Tennis that were REAL tennis games....not all of this simulation garbage.
     
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    is this the prince of tennis.....i sort of like that book...its like super tennis..the guy on the cover of the game is the exact same guy on the book..........
     
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    It's probably just a coincidence.
     

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