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WorthPlaying Review: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games

Mario and Sonic at the Winter Olympic Games is the follow-up title to the Summer Olympic release of a similar name from two years ago. Co-published by Sega and Nintendo, it's the only joint effort to feature both flagship mascots from the 16-bit era of video games (aside from the recent Smash Bros. release), and it's certainly a wish come true for Nintendo and Sega fans. The game even gives Shigeru Miyamoto (Mario creator) a developer credit, so this isn't some simple cash-in attempt with the Olympic license attached. Keep in mind that while this is obviously not a super-realistic interpretation of the actual Olympics, it still makes use of the city of Vancouver, Canada, and contains some real-world settings and info for fans of the upcoming event in February 2010.

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