2007's Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games has sold more than ten million copies. Ten million. When the sequel inevitably came sliding down the slopes then, there was always the risk we'd end up with a 'playing it safe' rehash, in an attempt by Sega to replicate the phenomenal sales figures of the first game. And who could blame them?
2007's game in the snow - an accessible, content-filled party game. Take some risks next time Sega...
* Extremely accessible
* Imaginative Dream Events
* Makes Curling fun
* No MotionPlus support is a massive shame
* Disappointing Festival mode
* Many over-simplified events