Keeping this in view, how do you beat the reflection room in Mario Tennis Aces?
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.
Correspondingly, how do you do a zone shot in Mario Tennis?
A Zone Shot is a little trickier to pull off than others within Mario Tennis Aces, but still totally doable. What you need to do is wait for a star point to appear on the play field. Run over to it, then press the “R” button on your Joy-Con or Pro Controller once in the star, and you’ll start a Zone Shot.
How do you use your special in Mario Tennis Aces?
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.
When Mario tries to use the zone shot again, Madame Mirage will use objects as a shield and protect her mirror. However, Mario can shoot through gaps in the shield or hit an object, destroying part of the shield. Mario must hit Madame Mirage’s mirror three times in order to defeat her.
Technical (formerly Technique) classifies characters with the play style which can target far corners of the court. Peach is one of the most common characters with the technical play style regardless of Daisy classified as an All-Around character.
Lob (left stick up + X) – The first of the lob shots goes high up into the air, landing towards the back of the field and forcing your opponent to move. Drop shot (left stick down + X) – A slow shot that lands near the net, forcing your opponent to quickly move up to meet the ball.