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Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
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- Nintendo 2019
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Storyline is pretty boring but it’s the only way to unlock some characters.
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I must warn you, it's addictive and there's a damaging side effect of the inability to use your dominant arm after a weekend of challenging all the family! The pain is real!
Well my son loves the outdoors and loves running around and playing but in the middle of winter when it’s freezing outside there’s not much chance of that
We bought him a switch for part of his Christmas and just bought him Mario and sonic at the olympics, this is great for getting the family together, myself, my son, my wife and nieces and nephews plus the neighbours can all get involved in this and all play and bond together, this is great for that and we all love it!
Easy 5 stars from me, great game for all the family!
They said it's a great game and love it! I saw them play it and they were very happy and and really enjoyed telling me how to play it ! Worth it just to see there happy faces
Whilst there are some lovely animations and visual effects, the game struggles to reach 30fps and the framerate noticeably dips during multiplayer sessions (for which I primarily bought this game).
Not only that, the games themselves have overly complicated controls schemes and offer so many options to play, yet none of them feel like they considered the gameplay at all.
Also, the split screen play seems like a low budget approach to what could have been an amazing game considering the IP lineup.
I personally returned my copy as the multiplayer game feels so tacked on, but who would sit and play this alone?