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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games- Wii

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games- Wii
alaScore 89

163 reviews

Jul, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 163 reviews of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games- Wii. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the design.


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Jorge B (

Sonic Colours


The story is a traditional good versus maniacal evil-genus bad guy who wants to take over the world. In this case we have series antagonist, Dr. Eggman, who claims he's sorry for over 20 years of scheming and sets up an enormous "interstellar amusement...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Richard Bright (

Asterix at the Olympic Games


Contrary to what it may seem, Asterix at the Olympic Games does not actually involve a whole lot of sporting activity. Certainly, our pint-sized hero does throw a few javelins here and there, but it's certainly not Sonic & Mario at the Olympics with an...

The events are fun for a while, but soon lose their appeal - there are certainly better multiplayer games available on the console. Overall, this game is definitely one for the kids, or the fans, and for that reason I personally will give it a rather...

Mar, 2008

Expert review by : David Hall (

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (DS) review


The roster is made up of sixteen characters, eight from Mario games and eight from the Sonic series, but when it comes down to playing the game your rivals appear to be randomly picked from either team, there is no Mario vs. Sonic vibe at all, which is...

A definite place on the winners' podium.

Feb, 2008

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Mario And Sonic At The Olympic Games


Sega delivers miniature events for maximum satisfaction

Feb, 2008

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Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games


Is it going for gold?

Jan, 2008

Expert review by : Matt (

Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games


Call it a desperate attempt to work off the mountain of Christmas pie if you will (Jay no doubt shall), but the past week has seen me take to my Wii like a fat duck to water. With even a short tennis game on Wii Sports leaving me feeling like an...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by : Paul Govan (

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games


Just because Nintendo think that doing Wii Sports 2 would be too predictable, that doesn't mean that the public demand for such a title has subsided. To that end there are a number of developers stepping up with their offerings that look to combine...

Overall we have to conclude that this is more of a distraction until a proper Wii Sports game appears on the scene. There just isn't enough substance here to keep the committed player coming back for more. It is another game that should be popped in...

Jan, 2008

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Expert review by : NowGamer ArchiveBot (

Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games (Wii) review


Mario, Sonic, supporting cast, Olympics. A perfect combination!

A brilliant idea that’s been carried out really well. The Wii world will go absolutely bonkers for this and rightfully so.

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : David McComb (

Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games (2007)


Were someone to invent a time machine, take a spin back to the mid-90s and tell a group of hardcore gamers that Mario and Sonic would one day appear in the same game, it’s likely they’d probably be torn limb-from-limb by furious fanboys. But while...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Will Freeman (

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games


As compendiums go, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games is one of the best on the Wii. It is well designed and the conjoined worlds are realised with simple graphical flair.

Brilliant fun and plenty of it ; A wonderful combination of iconic gaming worlds ; Thoroughly addictive and engrossing

Too much time fiddling with the Nunchuck

As compendiums go, it is one of the best on the Wii. It is well designed and the conjoined worlds are realised with simple graphical flair. While it is sad that fewer game soundtracks are featured than I'd have liked, the audio is well delivered, and...

Nov, 2007

Product Specifications

The two biggest names in gaming meet on the world's grandest stage in the ultimate test of skill, endurance and sportsmanship. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games brings members of the Mushroom Kingdom and Sonic Universe together to go head-to-head in 20 Olympic events, from track and field to aquatics to shooting sports. The 16 characters are split into four groups and are categorized based on their prowess. Sonic and Yoshi belong to the Speed group, Mario and Amy Rose are All-Around competitors, Peach and Tails lean on the Technical side and Bowser and Knuckles are all about Power. There have been Olympic-style games in the past, but none could offer the fun, interactive experience the Wii Remote provides. Along with the Nunchuk controller, the Wii Remote lets you simulate the hammer throw, shoot arrows, replicate swimming strokes and more. Players can also discover secret boosts to help them get that winning edge. Wii athletes will go for the gold medal in three game modes: Single Match, Circuit and Mission. In Mission mode, the game challenges you to complete a task by using a specific character during an event. In Single Match and Circuit modes, players can select whichever character they want and try to achieve a world record. And it really can be a world record. Thanks to the WiiConnect24 functionality, those with Internet access can see how their high scores and best times rate against others around the world. Who will break the most records, Mario or Sonic? You finally get a chance to find out!


Elements:Sports - olympic sports
ESRB Rating:Everyone (6+)
Max Number of Players:4
Online Play:Built-in
PEGI Content Descriptors:PEGI Online
PEGI Rating:3
PEGI Rating Exception:Portugal 4+
USK Rating:Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschr


Compatibility:Game console
Model:At the Olympic Games
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Mario & Sonic


Package Type:Retail


Licence Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - Sports
Type:Nintendo Wii