Over 19 million people worldwide have bought video games from the Mario and Sonic series, and now the much loved duo are heading to London to participate in the officially licensed Olympic themed video game, Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games. A host of exciting new headline events, including football and equestrian will debut on the Wii version appearing alongside classic Olympic disciplines, such as athletics, aquatics and table tennis.
These new sports are sure to ignite even more fierce competition between friends and family in both single and multiplayer modes! The all new roster of Dream events that are set in popular Mario and Sonic worlds make for a truly unique sporting experience that can only be found in Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Arriving on Nintendos new handheld system for the first time ever Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games contains over 50 original Olympic themed events playable in both single and multiplayer modes.
Age from 3 years.
Nintendo Wii Selects Sports Resort
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Wii Sports Resort is an immersive, expansive active-play game that includes a dozen fun resort-themed activities. It maintains the wide-ranging appeal that attracted millions to the original Wii Sports.
Wii Sports Resort is easy to pick up and play, but comes coupled with deeper levels of play that are sure to challenge even the most experienced gamers.
Wii Sports Resort whisks players away to a resort thatís full of action, while introducing an unprecedented experience in physical reality.
Mario Power Tennis is the second in the series of New Play Control titles and will see the much loved Mario Power Tennis from Game Cube adapted to offer, great game with all new controls on Wii. This new game will still allow you to choose from a range of characters from the Mario franchise, and you can then either play regular tennis or tennis themed mini games. You will play through the tournament mode in both singles and doubles matches allowing you to unlock a variety of new characters, extra mini games and courts as well as a more challenging star tournament.
The new controls allows you to, perform different strokes by flicking the Wii remote in the corresponding direction, utilising the motion sensitive controls, for Wii. A player can now charge up his power shot gauge by waiting and hitting the ball back at the latest possible moment. The game will now offer different levels of control types which increase in difficulty appealing to varied levels of gamers; Easy, Medium, Technical, and Difficult.
Age from 3 years.