It’s the perfect game to get out when you have family around for an occasion, and the retro events will likely elicit fond memories from gamers of a certain age. And to top it all off, there’s a decent single-player mode to get stuck into. It’s not perfect, but as mini-game collections go, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is up there with the best of them.
This game deserves so much hate for no reason. I mean, this game is amazing. Stellar graphics, amazing events, decent story **** god, this game is so good. My only complaint is how this 2019 game advertised the 2020 Olympic Games, which ended up being in 2021. But regardless, I recommend you stop your whining about how mid this game is, pop it into your Switch, and give it a try.
In my opinion of this game I thought it was awesome I remember I brought it to school and played it with all of my 4 friends I thought they did a great job on this game the graphics are great gameplay is great I just they think they did a great job, winter Olympic Games is still better then this same with the original and London but there both very good games on the system
Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 is an entertaining take on the sports-event genre that has, by and large, disappeared in the modern-day. The game aims for accessibility at every opportunity, and while nothing about it is particularly exceptional, it still has plenty of unique flourishes to offer, and the wealth of different events and simple controls make for an appealing casual multiplayer title. Thanks to a generous selection of events and a few neat gimmicks, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is the best entry in this series.
Mario & Sonic's latest Olympic outing is more of the same, without any real innovation. The new additions of retro and dream events don't fundamentally change up the formula enough to feel like truly meaningful additions, though online multiplayer does add much needed longevity.
Though bold and colourful and accompanied with a dazzling score, Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games 2020's clumsy gameplay lacks the polish we've come to expect from games emblazoned by that iconic little plumber.
A really good game, but not as good as the version before. The scenery is nice, and the story mode is a great addition. Having options to play in more sports is good as well. The character choices are very great, and the story is good at introducing these characters. Some of the sports are pretty easy, and some a little more difficult. It is nice to see the Olympics represented in a game that has Mario and Sonic, and the only problem is that it can be too easy in some games.
Sinceramente buscaba un Mario party pero olímpico y nada que ver. Juegas 1 deporte a la vez cosa que lo vuelve tedioso, el modo historia super aburrido y tedioso también, la forma de juego es complicada y fácil a vez en mk caso lo jugué en español y las instrucciones super complejas cuesta entender cómo jugar y hacer combos. Muy aburrido lo jugué 2 hrs y mejor lo vendí.
SummaryJoin Mario, Sonic and friends for their greatest adventure yet at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Go for gold as you compete in action-packed sports games, including 4 brand new events to Tokyo 2020Skateboarding, Karate, Surfing, and Sport Climbing, as well as a large selection of classic events.