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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Videos and Trailers - Wii

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: SEGA
  • Release Date:Oct 16, 2009
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Cartoon Violence)
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Game Description:Team up with two of gaming most iconic characters as they journey to Vancouver, Canada, site of the 2010 Winter Olympics Games. Compete in events ranging from alpine skiing to speed skating, and choose from a famous cast of video game characters. Players can use the Wii Balance Board for certain events for an added sense of immersion. Compete again friends or play cooperatively in the game's numerous events.
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