Reviews and Problems with Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
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16 July 2013
Summary: This game is pretty awesome, but the 2 player version with one game cartridge is alright, but not perfect. You can't do all the mini games on 2 player. Leave it up to Nintendo to not let one game cartridge let you do everything.
Summary: I love that Mario, Sonic, and other famous animated characters appear in this game. It has various sports games and so. However, I was not pleased with the controls from using the Nintendo DS/3DS stylus. This game would be more suitable for gamers who are patient and or love to practice.
Summary: I bought this game for myself but thought it would be okay for my two children to play, ages 7 & 6. I love the game although there are many steps, controls, and actions, etc to remember. It's really not age appropriate for younger children under 12 because of this reason.
Summary: This game has all the bling of a good NDS title with plenty of colorful graphics and good and fun gameplay. Some of the sports are a little boring in my opinion (i.e. the trampoline) but others are rather challenging (shooting, hammer throw etc).
Summary: Sadly, I don't even know who placed first overall in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Luckily, I've got a copy of Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games to experience the excitement all over again for myself.
Summary: My 12 year old son found "Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games" to be a very fun and engaging collection of sporting games, including both actual and "dream" events. He makes the following observations: Graphics: Great, they really enhance the game play Controls: Different for each game, but easy to...
Summary: I like mario and sonic so this game was a must have for me. I bought the wii version and got this for my birthday. I love both! (The wii more.) More this game is awesome there are so many characters and the events are awesome! i like all the events im good at aquatics, athletics and archery.