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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games is a sports game for the Wii with a Nintendo DS version of the game released as well. Both games are a follow-up to Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. The game is produced under license from the International Olympic Committee in relation to the Olympic Winter Games taking place at Vancouver in 2010.

Like the previous installment, this game is a collaboration between Sega and Nintendo featuring characters from both the Mario series and the Sonic the Hedgehog series.

Although Sega was handling most of the development for both versions of this game, as it did for the original Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, they were also handling publishing/marketing duties for all territories outside of Japan, while Nintendo has done publishing/marketing duties for Japan itself.

About

The Wii version employs the Wii Remote controls, as well as the Wii Balance Board. The game features a Festival mode where the player starts from the opening to the closing ceremony. In the Festival mode, the player can choose to play an individual festival, where the player faces off against 7 other CPU characters, or a team festival, where the player can choose three other teammates to play.

New to the game is a marketplace that allows the player to purchase various items such as clothes and accessories for the player's Mii, tunes from both series, and customizable snowboards. Players can purchase these items using Star Tokens, which earn based on their performance. Also, the gallery for Olympic trivia has now been replaced with the Library.

Also, all authentic (real-life based events) are unlocked from the start. Dream Events are in this game and all of them (excluding 2) need to be unlocked.

The aforementioned Festival Mode, is a special adventure mode where the participants must compete with some boss characters from the Mario and Sonic series in various events.[1] Both the DS and the Wii versions take place in a place known as Christmas Village.

Olympic Winter Events

  • Alpine Skiing - Downhill
  • Alpine Skiing - Giant Slalom
  • Ski Jumping - Individual Large Hill
  • Ski Jumping - Team Large Hill
  • Freestyle Skiing - Moguls
  • Freestyle Skiing - Ski Cross
  • Snowboard - Halfpipe
  • Snowboard - Snowboard Cross
  • Speed Skating - Speed Skating 500m
  • Speed Skating - Short Track 1000m
  • Speed Skating - Short Track Relay
  • Figure Skating
  • Bobsleigh - Skeleton
  • Bobsleigh
  • Ice Hockey
  • Curling

Dream Winter Events

  • Dream Alpine - Individual
  • Dream Alpine - Team
  • Dream Ski Jumping - Individual
  • Dream Ski Jumping - Team
  • Dream Ski Cross - Individual
  • Dream Ski Cross - Team
  • Dream Snowboard Cross - Individual
  • Dream Snowboard Cross - Team
  • Dream Short Track
  • Dream Figure Skating
  • Dream Bobsleigh
  • Dream Ice Hockey
  • Dream Curling
  • Dream Snowball Fight
  • Dream Gliding - Individual
  • Dream Gliding - Team

Characters

All of the characters from the previous game, including Miis for the Wii version, return. There are also four new characters[2] who were not present in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. Retaining the first game's style, all playable characters are unlocked from the start (including new participants).

TEAM MARIO

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Princess Peach
  • Princess Daisy
  • Yoshi
  • Donkey Kong
  • Wario
  • Waluigi
  • Bowser Jr.
  • Bowser


TEAM SONIC

  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Miles "Tails" Prower
  • Amy Rose
  • Knuckles the Echidna
  • Blaze the Cat
  • Silver the Hedgehog
  • Shadow the Hedgehog
  • Vector the Crocodile
  • Metal Sonic
  • Doctor Eggman


Artworks

TEAM MARIO: Render 3D

TEAM SONIC: Render 3D

Voice Clips

To making a play of the voice with Mario, Sonic and friends from the voice download of the video games.

TEAM MARIO: Voice Clips

TEAM SONIC: Voice Clips

Music Soundtrack

Sound Test

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