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Submitted by Cyrus365 1264d ago | review

Pocket-Lint: Mario Sports Mix Review

Pocket-Lint: "While they’ve never troubled the likes of FIFA or Virtua Tennis for sales or reputation, Nintendo has had a pretty good run with its Mario-branded sports titles. The formula has always been simple; take a popular sport (e.g., Footie or Tennis), throw in the usual suspects (Mario, Bowser, Donkey Kong, etc.), mix things up with power-ups, special attacks and combos and - most of all - make it fun. Nobody could accuse Mario Power Tennis and Mario Strikers Charged of being rooted in the real world, but they’re easy to pick up and play, and a decent laugh when you want something you can play with kids." (Mario Sports Mix, Wii) 2.5/5

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