Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
ConsoleNintendo Wii
ReleasedOctober 13, 2009
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Mario and Sonic meet at the Olympic Games. In “Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games,” players will compete in events based on the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Worlds collide:

The game brings together Mario and Sonic favorites. Mario, Sonic, Luigi, Knuckles, Yoshi, and Tails are playable. As you compete for the gold medal, these characters offer a delightful mix of friendly rivalry and high-spirited competition.

Mastering Controls:

These characters come alive with Wii and DS controls. The control system makes racing Mario and Sonic on the 100m track, playing table tennis, or swimming heats more realistic.

Dreams realized:

This game’s collaboration is historic. SEGA Corporation President and COO Hisao Oguchi is excited to bring two of the world’s most famous game characters together for the first time in the world’s most prestigious sporting event.


Mario or Sonic—who is faster? Nintendo’s Entertainment Analysis and Development Division Senior Managing Director and General Manager Shigeru Miyamoto acknowledges these characters’ longstanding rivalry. The Olympic stage could resolve this age-old debate.

Olympic Spirit:

The Olympics symbolize competition and passion. Raymond Goldsmith, Chairman and CEO of ISM, emphasizes how Mario and Sonic bring Olympic sports to life for all ages.

“Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games” is a fun, competitive, and sportsmanlike game for all ages. Set, go!

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