Reviews and Problems with Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
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11 June 2013
Summary: Great game for small groups of people, not very fun by yourself, also I would recommend listening to their advice when you are told to have a break once in a while, if things get to competitive you can end up straining a muscle or two! Bottom line is, if you have a Wii mainly for guests and multi-player chances are you will like this. If you only intend on playing this by yourself, don't get it unless you are a huge Olympics/Mario/Sonic fan.
Summary: The events include several variations meter dashes and relays, long, triple and high jumps, swimming races & relays, trampoline and vault activities, skeet shooting, rowing, archery, fencing, hammer and javelin throws, & table tennis.
Summary: Recieved the game and couldnt play it. My system wouldnt even read the disc, the language is dutch or sumthing on the case but english on the disc. Wouldnt recommend anyone buy this. Keep searching!!
Summary: While the general competition would easily have Sonic as the victor for the speed courses and maybe Mario more for the strength courses, I think that this is a great game with multiple characters or your own mii so it's like you are competing yourself. There are fun games that challenge your hand dexterity and such! When you play the games with the gusto that I do, you will be left worn out like you've just run a marathon or somethin'!
Summary: I've always liked Olympic competition anyway, and this game makes it fun and easy to compete against friends by using a lot of different well-known video-game characters. The Olympic events selected--such as table tennis--are a bit unusual for a game of this type, but the eclectic mix is part of the charm.