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Join Mario, Sonic and friends for their greatest adventure yet in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 for Nintendo Switch! Train for Tokyo 2020 solo or compete against friends in brand new events – Skateboarding, Karate, Surfing and Sport Climbing – as well as a large selection of favourite sports and classic 2D games.

Whether on the track, in the pool, on the water or in the ring, there’s an event for you in Mario & Sonic at the Olympics Games Tokyo 2020! Take on new Olympic sports, or enjoy established favourites using a variety of play styles – including immersive motion controls where you can use the Joy-Con to imitate actions like throwing a javelin or taking aim with a bow!

Grab up to three of your fellow athletes on the same sofa and battle for a gold medal in local multiplayer, or connect up and compete against three others players with local wireless play. Head online and go for that Olympic record against up to seven other competitors in a variety of different events.

Fly the flag with a star-studded cast of characters from the Super Mario and Sonic universes like Yoshi, Amy Rose, Luigi, Dr. Eggman and many more! With characters excelling in particular events, pick your favourite competitor and aim for the top.

Travel to the Olympic Games Tokyo 1964 with Story Mode! After Mario, Sonic, Bowser and Dr. Eggman are pulled into a magical game system, they find themselves competing in a nostalgic 2D version of the previous Tokyo Olympic Games.

As Mario and Sonic, explore ‘60s era Tokyo and compete in truly old-school versions of familiar Olympic events like the 100m and the Long Jump, as you search for a way back home. Meanwhile in the present, travel between different Tokyo 2020 venues as Luigi, gathering friends, completing minigames and taking part in modern-day events to help rescue Mario, Sonic and co.!
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Anyone know if this will b on Tesco 2 for £60 deal
trotter10004/11/2019 12:04

Anyone know if this will b on Tesco 2 for £60 deal


I've heard rumours it will be, besides, Luigis Mansion is and that was a new release so no reason this won't.
trotter10004/11/2019 12:04

Anyone know if this will b on Tesco 2 for £60 deal


I don't think it will be because, even though Mario (and other Nintendo characters) is in it, it's not a first party title.
trotter10004/11/2019 12:04

Anyone know if this will b on Tesco 2 for £60 deal


When is this offer on?
AndrewRunagall04/11/2019 13:18

I don't think it will be because, even though Mario (and other Nintendo …I don't think it will be because, even though Mario (and other Nintendo characters) is in it, it's not a first party title.


Never know 🙏
AndrewRunagall04/11/2019 13:18

I don't think it will be because, even though Mario (and other Nintendo …I don't think it will be because, even though Mario (and other Nintendo characters) is in it, it's not a first party title.


We'll see. It's nothing to do with Nintendo though, it's a Tesco deal and more about which games they choose to stock.
Edit. Oh, and Marvel Alliance was included in the 2 for £70 deal also.
Edited by: "pirate1" 4th Nov
Downloaded games should be 50% cheaper than Physical Copies as they have no re-sale value. I reckon that if they were half the price of Physical, at least twice as many people would buy them. So, they would make more money in the long run. Plus, they won't be spending as much on producing the actual game, shipping it to distributors etc. What do you think?
PoserDude04/11/2019 15:30

Downloaded games should be 50% cheaper than Physical Copies as they have …Downloaded games should be 50% cheaper than Physical Copies as they have no re-sale value. I reckon that if they were half the price of Physical, at least twice as many people would buy them. So, they would make more money in the long run. Plus, they won't be spending as much on producing the actual game, shipping it to distributors etc. What do you think?


I remember reading somewhere that digital games are intentionally higher priced due to not wanting to undermine physical sales. I suppose, also, that physical games take up store space and need to be shifted, whereas digital don't and retailers can afford to keep them until they sell.
PoserDude04/11/2019 15:30

Downloaded games should be 50% cheaper than Physical Copies as they have …Downloaded games should be 50% cheaper than Physical Copies as they have no re-sale value. I reckon that if they were half the price of Physical, at least twice as many people would buy them. So, they would make more money in the long run. Plus, they won't be spending as much on producing the actual game, shipping it to distributors etc. What do you think?


Derp derp. Good luck
pirate104/11/2019 15:57

I remember reading somewhere that digital games are intentionally higher …I remember reading somewhere that digital games are intentionally higher priced due to not wanting to undermine physical sales. I suppose, also, that physical games take up store space and need to be shifted, whereas digital don't and retailers can afford to keep them until they sell.


Interesting. But, why would it bother them if the physical copy sales went down? Surely it's the overall amount of copies sold that counts
PoserDude04/11/2019 16:51

Interesting. But, why would it bother them if the physical copy sales went …Interesting. But, why would it bother them if the physical copy sales went down? Surely it's the overall amount of copies sold that counts


I would imagine it's due to publishers not wanting to annoy retailers who stock the physical products.
Do you get emailed a code or sent a card? Wondering if they can still be wrapped as a gift...
My youngest has been playing the demo non stop since it was released - Heat added 🔥
chrisevans973805/11/2019 05:39

Do you get emailed a code or sent a card? Wondering if they can still be …Do you get emailed a code or sent a card? Wondering if they can still be wrapped as a gift...


I think historically they normally just send you a code over email.

I normally try and find and old game case and print the code off and make a little note for inside when they open it.
pirate104/11/2019 12:10

I've heard rumours it will be, besides, Luigis Mansion is and that was a …I've heard rumours it will be, besides, Luigis Mansion is and that was a new release so no reason this won't.


I got Mario Cart 8 Deluxe and Luigi's Mansion both for £60 in Tesco offer.

I got the staff to double check I got to the till as it was a new title, thankfully it worked ok at the till also.

Store was Tesco Loughborough {Park Road} Friday 1st Nov 2019
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the company that ported this has filed for bankruptcy

i will wait for reviews
Juan.Kuzov05/11/2019 15:37

the company that ported this has filed for bankruptcyi will wait for …the company that ported this has filed for bankruptcyi will wait for reviews


The one i read kinda put me off it got 5/10
This will be on the Tesco 2 for £60
This is the last video game
£39.85 now.
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