Joystiq impressions: Mario & Sonic at the Olympics

Despite being one of the largest competitive events in the world, the Olympic Games can essentially be broken down into a series of smaller games. If you're so inclined, you may even refer to their relative individual size as "tiny," "diminutive or "mini," with an enthusiastic vocabulary producing an even more effective title in the form of "minigame." Clearly, the Olympics and the Wii are going to get along famously.

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BubblesDAVERAGE5431d ago

How can little fat Mario beat sonic?

MarioFromTexas5431d ago

of getting pimp by NES. How many games can nintendo put mario in? I'm glad M$ doesn't do this with Master cheif or sony with Kratos because that would cost me to get tired of them

ITR5431d ago

Wait, your comparing characters from 2001 and 2005 to a character that started life in 1981.

Let's wait 20 yrs and then we can talk about a fair comparison.

MK_Red5431d ago

Whilr I'd like to play this game, I'd have prefered if they co-starred in a pure platformer.

Skynetone5431d ago

RIP sega

my favorite company from 1991 to 1996

LeShin5431d ago

SEGA? Have you sunk soo low? Sonic is meant to be the fastest thing on two legs and you put him up against.............a fat plumber!!! As competition? Putting anybody against Sonic in ANY speed event should be redundant right?

Poor, poor's come to this....