Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Screenshot

Overview

Players
4
Genre
Sports
Release Date

Wii

  • 6th Nov 2007 (USA)
  • 22nd Nov 2007 (UK/EU)
  • 22nd Nov 2007 (JPN)
Series
Mario & Sonic
Tags
Athletics, Olympics

About This Game

In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, players will compete in events that take place in environments based on the official venues of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

Using a supporting cast of characters from the amazing worlds of both Mario and Sonic, gamers will be able to compete as or against a range of lovable personalities including Mario, Sonic, Luigi™, Knuckles™, Yoshi®, Tails™ and more. Innovative usage of the Wii and DS control systems to maneuver a favorite character will allow players to race the likes of Mario and Sonic down the 100m track, engage in exhilarating rallies in table tennis and churn water in a swimming heat, all while competing for the much sought after gold medal.

"We are thrilled to partner with Nintendo and ISM on this groundbreaking title," said Hisao Oguchi, President and Chief Operating Officer, SEGA Corporation. "For the first time, two of the world's greatest games' characters come together to compete in the world's greatest sporting event and we couldn't be more excited."

"Mario and Sonic have been respectful rivals since the early days of video games," says Shigeru Miyamoto, Senior Managing Director and General Manager, Entertainment Analysis and Development Division, Nintendo Co., Ltd.. "In fact, for a long time they have been discussing the possibility of one day competing against each other. Now that they have been given the perfect opportunity to meet at the Olympic Games, we may finally learn who is actually faster, Mario or Sonic?"

"The Olympic Games represent the true spirit of competition and passion," said Raymond Goldsmith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ISM. "Bringing together intensely competitive and fun characters like Mario and Sonic in an Olympic setting helps showcase the sports of the Olympic Games in a new and compelling way for all generations."