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Submitted by Abdou23 1154d ago | review

Mario And Sonic At The London 2012 Olympic Games (3DS) Review[this is my joystick]

Mario & Sonic’s latest outing is a lot of miss with little a bit of hit. With an abundance of ‘meh’ mini-games, a lack of online play, no Augmented Reality and some shoddy controls, there’s very little to love. SEGA would have probably been better off waiting for the Circle Pad Pro, so they could have at least added additional analog support. The game would probably have still got here in time for the games later this year. Still, there is some fun to be had here, and it’s not an entire loss. (3DS, Nintendo, Sega) -

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