Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
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About this game
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Go for gold as you compete in action-packed sports games, including 4 brand new events to Tokyo 2020—Skateboarding, Karate, Surfing, and Sport Climbing, as well as a large selection of classic events. Get the party started on your Nintendo Switch™ with a variety of ways to play, including button play and motion controls in multiplayer game modes that support up to 4 locally and up to 8 online.
Gamer Reviews2063 Reviews
Not a bad game! I got it for less than $35 and for that price, it is a steal! A little cringy at times but the minigames are somewhat fun and the story mode is interesting.
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Critic Reviews62 Reviews
Back at E3 2019, I said that Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 had the potential of becoming the Wii Sports that the Switch so desperately needs. I still stand by that statement. It’s a collection of simple, family-friendly minigames that are easy and quick to learn, with some of them being a lot more polished than I could have ever expected.
Overall, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is an enjoyable experience that’s jammed-packed with Olympic-sized fun. With so many events and modes to choose from, all presented in Nintendo’s signature welcoming style, there’s something for everyone here. Just don’t expect a deep and engrossing experience; while there are nice extra touches like Story Mode and an added retro element, this is mostly a game meant for casual, bite-sized fun on the go.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is not a good minigame collection. While the minigames here aren't absolutely atrocious, none of them are particularly good or outstanding. Disappointing motion controls and a boring minigame selection really hamstring this crossover, and when games like Super Mario Party are available, I just can't bring myself to recommend it at all.