Edge writes: "you want to show you've got speed this could be the game for you – just make sure you don't damage the DS.
Some of these minigames get you to move the stylus and press a button! That really is the height of New International Track & Field's complexity, but that's the way it always has been for a series which is all about pummeling buttons faster than your friends. Sumo's DS recreation is therefore incredibly loyal, albeit updated with a cast of cutesy 3D caricatures and online capabilities.
The majority of events involve scribbling rapidly on the screen with the stylus. Some then occasionally require you to tap a button – either to jump a hurdle, take a gulp of breath or toss a projectile."