Furthermore, how do you beat the mirror in Mario Tennis?
Similarly, does Mario Tennis Aces have voice chat?
As you may already know, Mario Tennis Aces will support voice chat through the Nintendo Switch Online app for smartphones starting next week. … When you enter an online match, you’ll be asked whether you’d like to join a voice chat with your opponent, so thankfully there’s a way to agree and refuse.
How do you beat the reflection room?
To progress through the room you’ll need to hit a particular bubble with an accurate shot. Each time you strike a bubble, a sound will play. You’ll either hear a low tone when you hit the wrong bubble or a high, satisfyingly plinky noise when you hit the correct one.
The Special Shot basically functions as a souped-up version of the Zone Shot in Mario Tennis Aces, letting you slow down time and place your shot wherever you want on the opponent’s court. To use it you’ll first need to have a full energy gauge, which is mostly filled by performing trick shots or having long rallies.
Send charged flat shots (by holding the Y button) to the opposite end of the court. The more time Boo spends covering distance, the less time he has to charge up those slice shots. Charging your shots as much as possible reduces the likelihood of needing to counter a zone shot.
Now, you need to press any of the four shot buttons (Y/B/A/X), just as the ball reaches your character. You can only successfully block a shot like this if you time the button press perfectly. Press it too early, and if it was a zone shot from your opponent then your racket will lose a life from its green health bar.