Reviews and Problems with Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
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Abel Soto, Amazon
13 April 2015
Summary: It takes a bit to get used to on the controls but with a lot of practice, it can be done. Really loved the rhythmic ribbon where I make my favorite character Dr. Eggman dance around as well as flying through the air as he does the uneven bars.
Summary: I understand this game is for an handheld, but WHY DID THEY LEAVE THE MIIS OUT?!! Other than that, it is awesome. They also need to add a frigging update that includes: -Miis -Story Mode Part 2 -Dream Events -in-game Shop for DLC(characters,games,etc.)
Summary: This game is a lot of fun. I enjoy this game alone, with my friends, or even my 6 year old twin nieces. The only problem I have with this game is unlike Wii sports/resorts, it doesn't accommodate to us left handed people and I am the only one that's left handed although I am a little be more...
Summary: Having been to the summer Olympics in London, this has been a special treat for the kids! The games are fun (although a number are hard), the venues look just like the real ones, and there is a lot of variety for people to choose from.
Summary: I got this because of the other games in the Olympic series and I really enjoy it! I like that we can still use our MIIs and dress them up ( they have new outfits! ), but I miss shopping for them. In this game, you have to get these scratch cards, and you need at least 5 to trade for clothes.
Summary: This game is quite fun, with a number of different ways to accomplish the tasks required. In some cases, it was difficult to fully understand the proper control, but eventually figured it out. Some games were definitely adapted better than others.