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Family Tennis SP

After previously appearing on Wii U, Family Tennis SP will be out worldwide on Switch tomorrow. View a bit of footage below.

Arc System Works announced today that Family Tennis SP is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Originally released on the Wii U back in 2014 in Japan and in 2015 in the West, the Switch version will be released on November 28 in North America and Japan and on December 16 in Europe. The game will be available on the eShop for $6.99 / €6.99 / 800 Yen. Check out the trailer for the Switch version:

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Shin’en confirmed on Twitter today that a new update is now available for Family Tennis SP. The patch brings the game up to version 1.1. According to Shin’en, the update addresses an issue with uneven audio levels in some sections of the game.


Family Tennis SP launched on the Wii U eShop yesterday. The game is out in both North America and Europe. If you’re curious about the download size, the game weighs in at about 271MB.


Shin’en typically develops and releases its own titles on the eShop. However, the studio is breaking that tradition for a new game coming out on Wii U in a few days.

Family Tennis SP launches on the eShop this Thursday. It was actually developed by Japanese company Arc System Works – not Shin’en.

As for why Shin’en is publishing Family Tennis SP, the studio has formed a close relationship with Arc System Works. The latter company publishes all of Shin’en’s Wii U and 3DS titles in Japan. And so… “It was time to return that favor,” Shin’en recently explained on Twitter.

Shin’en confirmed on Twitter today that it will be releasing Arc System Works’ Family Tennis SP on the Wii U eShop next week. We previously heard about the game coming to Europe on Thursday, but it appears that the North American launch will be taking place on the same day as well. Pricing for Family Tennis SP is set at $4.99 / €4.99.


We have confirmation of at least one new game coming to the Wii U eShop in Europe next week. Family Tennis SP is slated for January 15, according to a newly-discovered listing. Pricing is set at €4.99.