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.
Summary: Mario Sports Mix should be a fun wrapper for the sports of Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball, and Dodgeball. Instead, it's a boring rehash of wiggleware that leaves you feeling like you've done all of this before.
Pros: It's A Meeee! A Mario!, Can get competitive with friends, Good tutorials
Cons: Bare bones gameplay, Bare bones features, Quickly gets boring, No MotionPlus Support
Conclusion: Square Enix succeeded in creating another Mario sports title; they just forgot to make it fun. From the perspective of a younger player, they would find the lower difficulties too easy and likely toss the game aside within the first hour of play. For teens and adults, there's nothing in the game that makes you fond of your early Mario days and the gameplay is absolutely dreadful.
Conclusion: Mario Sports Mix possède un gameplay à la Wiimote sympathique et le volley ainsi que le dodgeball promettent une après-midi multi rigolote. Mais après... Avec seulement quatre sports et une mécanique de jeu forcément répétitive, le titre semble radin à côté de Wii Sports Resort ou de la série Mario et Sonic. Sur Wii, Mario Sports Mix n'est que troisième sur le podium du genre.