Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games for Wii - Sales, Wiki, Release Dates, Review, Cheats, Walkthrough

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Mario & Sonic at Beijing Olympic

マリオ&ソニック AT 北京オリンピック





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Release Dates

11/06/07 Sega
11/22/07 Nintendo
11/23/07 Sega

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Owners: 342
Tracked: 2
Wishlist: 5
Now Playing: 2


The two biggest names in gaming meet on the world’s grandest stage in the ultimate test of skill, endurance and sportsmanship.

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games brings members of the Mushroom Kingdom and Sonic Universe together to go head-to-head in 20 Olympic events, from track and field to aquatics to shooting sports. The 16 characters are split into four groups and are categorised based on their prowess. Sonic and Yoshi belong to the Speed group, Mario and Amy Rose are All-Around competitors, Peach and Tails lean on the Technical side and Bowser and Knuckles are all about Power.

There have been Olympic-style games in the past, but none could offer the fun, interactive experience the Wii Remote provides. Along with the Nunchuk controller, the Wii Remote lets you simulate the hammer throw, shoot arrows, replicate swimming strokes and more. Players can also discover secret boosts to help them get that winning edge.

Wii athletes will go for the gold medal in three game modes: Single Match, Circuit and Mission. In Mission mode, the game challenges you to complete a task by using a specific character during an event. In Single Match and Circuit modes, players can select whichever character they want and try to achieve a world record.

And it really can be a world record. Thanks to the WiiConnect24 functionality, those with Internet access can see how their high scores and best times rate against others around the world. Who will break the most records, Mario or Sonic? We finally get a chance to find out!

  • Compete in 20 Olympic events including Fencing, Archery, Shooting, Gymnastics, Rowing, Table Tennis, Aquatics and nine Track & Field events.
  • Up to four players can compete in Single Match or Circuit mode. Compile your own set of events and see who will stand on the winner’s platform.
  • Chart your success using WiiConnect24. Players can not only be the champion in their living room, but they can also find out if they are a world record holder.
  • Plus discover unlockable stages that bring in objects from the magical worlds of Mario and Sonic. Additionally, players can learn about the history of the Olympic Games through trivia, quizzes and mini-games.

Source - www.Nintendo.com

Latest Updates

Boxart Added oliist 02nd Dec 2009
Critic Review Added to Database SaviorX 02nd Aug 2009
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Game FAQ Added to Database RCTjunkie 09th Jul 2009
Game Information Updated Blacksaber 20th Jun 2009
Game Information Updated supermario128 20th Jun 2009
Game Banner Added to Database Smeags 26th May 2009
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Sales History

Total Sales
1 n/a 81,896 n/a 14,452 96,348
2 n/a 62,659 n/a 11,057 73,716
3 66,939 87,692 81,210 31,340 267,181
4 42,218 62,245 137,034 36,040 277,537
5 41,832 102,522 215,408 57,287 417,049
6 61,988 131,987 252,469 69,500 515,944
7 101,772 194,856 252,466 81,731 630,825
8 55,917 63,040 84,952 27,243 231,152
9 73,107 40,195 44,833 16,116 174,251
10 20,238 29,577 24,687 10,075 84,577

Opinion (262)

Junkrixx posted 29/11/2015, 02:38
8 Million!!!
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xboxonefan posted 24/11/2015, 04:24
8 million
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atma998 posted 10/07/2015, 03:14
7.98M, might reach 8M before this game disappears from retail.
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supernihilist posted 23/01/2014, 06:05
this is undertracked
SEGA had it at 6.5M on May 2010
are you telling me it only sold 1.4M in nearly 4 years?
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DieAppleDie posted 28/02/2013, 12:24
8m shipped is not that bad....
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atma998 posted 22/07/2012, 11:27
Now at 7.84M!
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