Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game for Nintendo Switch
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Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game

Jun 22, 2021 NEW
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About this game

Developer: SEGA
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

The Olympic Games are back, and this time it's your chance for glory! Whether you play with friends, family, or go for gold on the global leaderboards, this is a party game that anyone can pick up and enjoy! Prepare to unleash the competitor within as you create your athlete, customize their skills and pick the perfect costume. Why settle for standard sportswear when you can take centre stage as a pirate, astronaut or cowboy? Choose between 18 fun-fueled sporting events—from Tennis and Football to the 100m, Basketball and Boxing—there’s always a record to beat and a score to settle. Going for gold has never been this much fun!

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Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
6.65
Ryan JanesJul 20, 2021
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game falls short of SEGA’s plumber and hedgehog-starring effort, but still houses a decent number of surprisingly meaty and fun arcade-y events. With both a meaningful single-player option and four-player local missing in action though, your interest in the game may be over before the global event has even reached its end.
Dashiell WoodJun 23, 2021
Against all odds, the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Official Video Game is one of the best arcade sports titles we’ve seen in years. An excellent character creator, great array of minigames, and a shocking degree of depth elevate this title far above its competition. You might not be able to attend the Olympics this year, but the official videogame is not to be missed out on.
Alex Santa MariaJun 22, 2021
That's really the biggest failing of Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - it can't stand up to its own Mario-themed competition. It's difficult to see why anyone with a Nintendo Switch would lean towards this official game over its mascot-filled counterpart. Both games accomplish their goals as fun party games featuring arcade-y recreations of a handful of sports.