Mario and Sonic at the 2012 London Olympics Review (Wii)
It’s been a while since we’ve covered a Wii game; it seems the platform has truly become the lame duck we expected after the announcement of the Wii U. However, there occasionally comes a sports game that is truly unique to the platform, and therefore, deserves at least a passing look.
my sister bought this game a couple weeks ago and she asked me if she wanted to play it. Now I'm not good with the wii (i'm more of an Xbox 360 and PS3 player) and she thought i'd be interested since sports are basically my life. I have to say, this game is simply just a party game (lots of minigames to play), and at first i wasn't sure because of the controls, but they were detailed with the tutorial. The control scheme is horrible with this game, it's basically like all of the other wii games i played when i was younger (that's not a good thing). The graphics for this game were good by a wii standard, but the olympic theming is amazing. There wasn't much to this game, and I couldn't try multiplayer because my sister doesn't have it. Overall I'd probably rate this game a 1.5/10 which is definitely a failing grade