Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review

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Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 reviewed by David Jagneaux on Nintendo Switch.

As we’ve come to expect from these bi-annual crossover minigame collections, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 packs a colorful and recognizable cast and a fair amount of fun into exciting, bite-sized mini-games that highlight some of the most iconic events in the Olympics. But there are also some duds, including a painful story mode. Even though the colorful and recognizable cast of characters injects a great amount of diversity and personality into the events, the relatively small retro sampling and lackluster multiplayer features hold it back from scoring Gold.

For more, read the extended review on IGN.com.

25 thoughts on “Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review

  1. i’m getting a switch for christmas and i was gonna get this for my little brother and i but after watching this, im not really sure anymore
    to anyone that has the game, is it worth getting?is it better than the london 2012 one?

  2. Nintendo is really losing it. Let's make a party game for the family and friends and let's just not allowed them to play the Olympics between them, how about we let them just play a bunch of mini games? BRILLIANT!!!

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