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On your marks and get set for the world’s greatest sporting event as Mario & Sonic head to the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Coming exclusively to Wii and for the first time on Nintendo 3DS, Mario & Sonic return in an all new celebration of the Olympic spirit. Hosted within the truly iconic setting of London, the games are back, bigger and better than ever before, bringing even more multiplayer fun and excitement to friends and families everywhere.


Dozens of ways to play – Nintendo 3DS
Bringing a whole new dimension to the Mario & Sonic universe, enjoy a huge range of over 50 Olympic-themed events in glorious 3D. Make the most out of the unique touch panel and Circle Pad controls as you tilt, blow, shout, tap and more to compete for the coveted gold medal.

Engaging depth – Nintendo 3DS
Play as the full cast of characters in a fully immersive single player Story Mode. Take on the team of Dr. Eggman and Bowser in an all new exciting adventure.

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Posted by Mark Reece

Must train harder

2007's Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games on Wii marked the two once arch-nemeses' – in the eyes of us children of the nineties, anyway – first side-by-side appearance that didn't involve them attempting to wallop seven shades of snot out of each...

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User Comments (10)



X-145 said:

Seriously? They have got to give up the "Mario & Sonic Olympic Games."
Love the enthusiasm, though.



Bigrat said:

I've only played a version of this once yesterday on the wii at a friend's house.




The Wii version is decent. The first M&S game was in 2008, why not make one for 2012? People don't complain about the numerous generic sequels in psbox land do they?




A bit too micro-gamey and you feel detached from the events. Still not THAT bad as demo indicates

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