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[Switch] Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 $54 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Lightning Deal, ends 6pm 7pm AEDT.

  • It’s party time, and everyone’s invited! Team up with Mario, Sonic, and friends on Nintendo Switch in action-packed sporting events! Bring your best moves to the track, the gym, the ring, or the water in dozens of different party games everyone will enjoy.
  • Skateboard, surf, and race your way to the top! With more than 30 events to master in this fun-filled Olympic Games contest, there are plenty of ways to prove your skills to your friends in multiplayer mode. The team’s all here! Play as Mario, Sonic, or choose from a star-studded cast of colorful characters from your favorite games.
  • Dive into unique Dream Events that layer fantastical chaos with reality. Zip through a downhill obstacle course on your hoverboard, throwdown for territorial control with lightning-fast karate action, or smash the most targets inside a traditional Japanese manor!
  • And you won’t want to miss an epic story mode that sends you to 1964 to compete in classic, retro 2D sports events. Play any way you want on your Nintendo Switch. We’re talking motion and button controls, single and dual Joy-Con, single-player and multiplayer, local split-screen and online!
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  • +1 vote

    Read a couple of reviews for this game and doesn't really stand out. Anyone has first hand experience with this game? Appears to have been out in the market for close to a month.

    • +1 vote

      You can try out the demo. I think it's alright, similar as prior Olympic games on the Wii, but this has more games, I think.

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      Apparently the games are very good, but they (profanity) up the ability to set consequetive competitive events in a streamlined manner like in the past games. So you'll have fun in the events, but be frustrated at every moment spent 'in between' the events.

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        Yep pretty much what Invoice said, if you're after a party game to play with 2+ players then this game isn't for you as you just play 1 game at a time, go back to main menu, and select the next mini event. You're probably better off getting Mario Party. Plus you can't even play all games if there are 3 players for example as you need 4 to play doubles

    • +2 votes

      I have the game and it isn't worth the money.

      I was very disappointed by it because I was looking forward to playing it with the family.

      A lot of the events are just really boring and some poorly made. Its a game that you'll play for like 1-2 days and probably never touch again.

      It is a 4/10 for me

      Save your money and buy a better game. There is an official olympics game on Switch (Think it only on the Japanese store), I've played it and it was better imo

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        Thanks redpump, invoice, jeaso and bargingrabber. I will save $54 and wait for another game. I have too many backlogs to be spending on games that I wouldn't enjoy and there appears to be too many deal breakers for me

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    So many lightning deals for Switch games, but none for Pokemon Sword/Shield… in fact no sales at all on this game during Good Friday/Cyber Monday! Kickin' myself for missing the $57 preorder deal ..

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      Most of the deals for Pokemon Sword/Shield were during release.

      The cheapest current option is through The Gamesmen eBay - $63.71 Delivered

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        Ah thanks Richard! That deal was marked expired but it works with the new plateau code, awesome!

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    how does this compare to kinect sports

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    Make sure you play the demo before you buy. I thought this would be a fun party game to play with the family, but I've never heard so many complaints as when we tried the demo.

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    Didn’t want to post a new deal, but you can price match JB Hi-Fi with Dick Smith on Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, which brings it down to $69

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