Tech-Gaming: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Review

Tech-Gaming writes: "DesertEagle's Take: While I've never hurled a controller at the wall in a moment of unadulterated gaming frustration, I've still broken a fair share of input devices. Typically, this has been the result of an overly vigorous session with an Olympic-themed title, usually from the joystick jerking of Decathlon for the 2600 to the dual analog stick palming featured in Beijing 2008. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games for the Nintendo Wii was the first title to forgo stick grinding and make a controller-saving transition to frictionless waggle control. With a selection of twenty competent mini-games, the title became a casual crowd pleaser and one of the Wii's best selling third-party titles."

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