Reviews and Problems with Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
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Review: Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Nintendo 3DS)
7 March 2012
Excerpt: With the 2012 Olympic Games coming soon, and with the 3DS being a fairly good open market for games thanks to a limited release cycle in its first year, it makes sense that Sega would attempt to bring a handheld port of Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games to the 3DS in order to...
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Nintendo 3DS) Review
25 February 2012
Summary: Although F-Zero GX on the GameCube marked the first official development collaboration between once-mortal-enemies Nintendo and SEGA, it wouldn’t be until the Wii’s second year on shop shelves that history would truly be made.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games 3DS Review
24 February 2012
Excerpt: Sonic and Mario in a game together is something that would have been completely impossible at one time, although they have now appeared in a total of four games together. Now, if only SEGA and Nintendo could come up with a way to incorporate both characters into a platformer, such a game would...
Mario & Sonic At The London 2012 Olympics (3DS) - Review
14 February 2012
Excerpt: A couple of months ago we received a review copy Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games for the Wii. So you can understand the feelings of déjà-vu I had when I recently received yet another copy of Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games , only this time for the Nintendo 3DS.
Excerpt: Just like clockwork, SEGA have released their latest Olympic Games special to coincide with the London 2012 Olympics as two gaming universes come together to celebrate this event. As a plethora of Nintendo and SEGA characters are featured in this single-player and multiplayer game, there are over 50...
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Review (3DS)
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27 February 2012
Excerpt: Bumbling over the finish line with barely a bronze In a world where humans scavenge for titbits of gossip about massive disputes, it’s nice that gaming’s original rivals have made peace with one another and get down to some friendly javelin chucking.
Pros: Medley mode easily creates tournaments for friends, Lush locales of London to compete in, Some fun games…
Cons: …heavily outnumbered by shallow ones, Ridiculously dull plot, Deserves more multiplayer modes