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1UP: New International Track & Field Review

Luckily, the constant challenge works to the game's benefit, keeping you compelled to top the next record or nab the next unlockable, though the tiring arm motions will likely force you to stick to short sessions. Bonus challenge stages (again, based on Konami properties like Castlevania and Rocket Knight Adventures) and Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection support keep things interesting once you've hit a breaking point with the standard single-player events. It's neither "Konami SuperStar Athletics," nor is it exactly the arcade game you remember from the '80s -- New International Track & Field straddles the line between both, and it turns in a respectable portable performance of its own.

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