Reviews and Problems with Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
24 June 2010
Excerpt: I was hoping for great accessibility in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games on the DSi XL since I just finished playing two other games that didn’t really let me get away from being disabled. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games is my first ever encounter with using the shoulder buttons on my DSi XL and it ended up being not so pretty.
NDS Review - 'Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games'
25 November 2009
Summary: Following the phenomenal worldwide popularity of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, which has sold over 10 million copies worldwide, this fresh gaming experience will feature completely new Olympic Winter Games events from the official competition schedule including Alpine Skiing and Speed Skating with more events announced throughout the year.
Excerpt: With a successful outing at last year's Olympic Games under their belts, two of video gaming's biggest heavyweights return for the 2010 Vancouver-based Winter Olympics. A new Adventure Mode and plenty of snowy sports are just a few of the new additions to this sports compilation.
Pros: The addition of the Adventure mode is a nice boon; multiplayer options make the events more interesting.
Excerpt: Once again two of gaming’s biggest personalities team up to pay tribute to the Olympics. Like the first outing, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games will have players zipping through a collection of mini-games, but new features and a ton of polish promise a surprising level of entertainment from this handheld adventure.
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Review
8 January 2010
Conclusion: Generally – notwithstanding the earlier comments about skating events – the DS controls for playing through winter events are ok. It will take you practice (as it should) to master events using the stylus. Ski Jumping in particular, which involves using the stylus to start, jump, balance in the air and land, is dependent on a steady hand and timing to garner a high score.
Pros: Adventure Tour is a nice break from simply playing through the mini-game events., Cross Country Skiing has enough video-game injection to make it an enjoyable challenge., Variety of characters., Adam didn�t, but I liked the curling., Practice is required., The demographic loves it
Cons: Generally ok, but some sloppy controls., Party Games feel out of place.
Conclusion: Voor de RPG-fanaten is dit zeker een aanrader, de mindere graphics en geluid nemen maar weinig van de algemene kwaliteit af. De hack & slash componenten zijn uitgebreider dan op het eerste zicht lijkt waardoor je dus leuke ontdekkingen kan doen, maar niet iedereen zal even enthousiast zijn over de gevechten. Dit spel kan ik alles bij mekaar genomen bestempelen als één van de toppers in zijn genre.
Conclusion: Aynı şekilde oyunun grafikleri de ne çok iyi ne de kötü bir performans sergiliyor. 3 boyutlu karakter tasarımlar DS’nin tam gücünü ortaya koymamış ancak gayet yeterli. Arka planda yer alan seyirci potansiyeli de SEGA tarafından göz ardı edilmemiş ve renkli bir seyirci kitlesini tribünlere toplamış. Ancak seyircilerin verdiği tepkiler bir süre sonra size monoton gelebilir. Oyunda gece ve gündüz müsabakaları, farklı hava koşulları da mevcut.