Excerpt: What is Nintendo thinking with Mario Sports Mix? They have raised the bar yet again. We are used to playing one sports game in the Mario Sports line up. Mario Sports Mix includes four. In essence we get four games packages together into one. Basketball has been done before on the Nintendo DS, but the Wii version improves upon it in so many ways. The courts will challenge you, and sometimes surprise you.
Excerpt: You start fresh in each sport and you have to unlock every character and arena in each event. That means either playing 60 matches within that sport, which takes a lot of time, or it means playing through challenging hidden paths where the difficulty level is ratcheted up to an eventually absurd level that is made entirely too frustrating for most players within the game’s target audience because it’s so cheap.
Conclusion: Mario Sports Mix ne mise pas sur son contenu pour satisfaire le joueur. Avec seulement quatre épreuves de sport, ce n'est pas la carte de la diversité qui est mis en avant. MSM séduit surtout par la bonne humeur qu'il distille, c'est un fait. Mais il suffit de s'attarder un peu sur les terrains de jeu pour saisir toutes les subtilités de chacune des épreuves, de leurs possibilités et des ingrédients qui a mis Nintendo pour en faire un jeu plaisant.
Pros: Une vraie bonne humeur, Un challenge vraiment présent, Des parties très animées, De nombreux détails qui font la diversité du titre
Cons: Seulement quatre activités, Des mini-jeux anecdotiques, Une bande son vite agaçante
Excerpt: Mario has a difficult life. After a busy day of bopping goombas on the head and throwing fireballs at sentient cacti, the last thing he wants to think about on his off days is the trials and tribulations that go along with platforming. So he has taken up a few sports in his free time. Mario Sports Mix isn't the first time the mustachioed mascot has dabbled in the athletic arena, and it's far from his best effort.
Pros: Contains the Mario charm you would expect
Cons: Every sport is tedious and shallow, Computer opponents are too easy or too cheap, Requires very little skill, Too much chaos in the competitions, None of the sports offer anything new or unique
Top-notch sports compilation is good fun for all ages.
Common Sense Media
7 May 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Mario Sports Mix is a collection of four sports-themed games that supports simultaneous local multiplayer action for up to four players (assuming you have at least four remotes) as well as anonymous online play. It’s a good catalyst for social gaming experiences in the living room.
Excerpt: Mario and his compadres have a long history of participating in various sports games: baseball, tennis, soccer, golf, the Olympics, etc. It seems the quality of these games has varied as much as the sports themselves.
Excerpt: Mario is no stranger to the world of sports. He’s played golf, tennis, basketball and soccer (or for the rest of the world, football), as well as competed in various Olympic events in both Beijing and Vancouver. He’s proven time and time again that he’s just as good at scoring goals as saving a princess.