It's got heaps of minigames but not much heart. Here's our review of the new Mario and Sonic game
Release Date: Nov. 5, 2019
Once again, iconic characters from Nintendo and Sega franchises are coming together to provide us with minigames based on real-life sports. Yep, the time has come to review Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
The game, as you'd expect, is stuffed to the brim with little challenges that are easy enough to pick up and play. There's a wide variety of experiences on offer, from button-mashing sprints to memory-testing diving routines. And if you've ever wanted to see Waluigi on a soccer field, here's your chance. Plus, there are even some "Dream" events which offer a more fantastical vision of what the Olympics could be, if only the organizers had thrown in things like hoverboard race