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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.

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Exciting headline events – Wii
All new events including Football, Showjumping and Canoeing will debut alongside redefined favourites, such as 100m Sprint, Aquatics, Table Tennis and more. Combine these with a new roster of the much loved Dream Events and the players now have more choice than ever before.

Party in London – Wii
Take the fun of the Olympic Games to the streets of London as the city becomes the ultimate playground! Take part in a huge number of mini-games around a variety of famous landmarks with all your favourite characters in the London Party mode.

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Posted by James Newton

Olympic shames

It was four years ago that the old 16-bit rivals teamed up for the first time: Sonic appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and the two took their tussle to the track in Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games. It wasn't exactly a high watermark for either...

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Those old rivals are still pretending to be friends, with this new trailer barely masking the lingering animosity beneath the surface. More h

User Comments (9)

Purpledonut

#5

Purpledonut said:

What is mario and sonic at the olympic games any of them is it like mario party or something

Lyndexer

#9

Lyndexer said:

Looks great, I'll have to look towards this some time around.
((Can't wait for London Olympics.)) :L

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