Mario Sports Mix

Mario Sports Mix

2011

System
Wii
Publisher
Nintendo
Developer
Square Enix

7.6

Game Rating

User Ratings: 21

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Sports
Release Date

Wii

  • 7th Feb 2011 (USA)
  • 4th Feb 2011 (UK/EU)
  • 25th Nov 2010 (JPN)

Wii U eShop

  • 8th Oct 2015, £17.99/€19.99 (UK/EU)
  • 11th Aug 2016, $19.99 (USA)
Series
Mario
Feature Support
Wi-Fi Connection

Screenshots (10)

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Reviews

  • 47

    Wii

    Review Mario Sports Mix

    Square Enix mixes it up with Mario, but is it any good?

    Mario is one of those annoying people who seems to be good at whatever he turns his hand to: not satisfied with merely being a tennis champion, golf champion, kart racing champion and constant saviour of the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario is trying out four new sports in Mario Sports Mix for Wii and...

About The Game

Mario has a long history as a sports fan.

Throughout his storied career he has pursued an interest in golf, tennis, baseball and go-karting, to name just a few. Now Mario's tackling four different sports at the same time, all of them included on one disc for the Wii™ console. The game MARIO SPORTS MIX lets players jump into games of hockey, basketball, volleyball or dodgeball.

MARIO SPORTS MIX presents these four familiar sports – but with a Mario twist. Players can choose from a variety of playable Mushroom Kingdom characters and can even challenge Mario and friends directly by playing as their own Mii™ characters. Each game contains a number of Mushroom Kingdom power-ups that can turn the tide of a game in an instant, such as banana peels, green shells and even mini mushrooms. In over-the-top Mario sports fashion, each character can unleash his or her unique special move that ranges from Mario's fire dunk in basketball to Yoshi's rainbow attack in dodgeball.

Players can also elect to hold their matches in a number of interesting venues. For example, the Wario Factory has conveyor belts that affect how the players move on the court, while in Peach's Castle, fountains go up and down to block certain areas of the net in Volleyball.

Up to four friends who are in the same room can join in the fun, while up to four players (one or two at each location) can compete over a broadband Internet connection via Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection. Players can play online against friends with whom they have traded friend codes, or anonymously against other opponents. Multiplayer modes require additional controllers, which are sold separately.