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Celebrate the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with your favorite characters, loads of events, and so many ways to enjoy the party on your Nintendo Switch™! Have a blast competing with your friends in 30+ action-packed 3D and classic 2D sports games—including new events for Tokyo 2020!

Another batch of retro mode screens for Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games released

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Dr. Eggman and Bowser have formed a powerful alliance in their latest plot to defeat Mario and Sonic. Their plan? Unleashing Eggman's latest invention, the Tokyo '64 console that contains the power to pull users inside a 2D game themed around the Olympic Games Tokyo 1964. Will they ever safely return from the game world of 1964, and if so, how?

Check out another batch of Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games screens

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Celebrate the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with your favorite characters, loads of events, and so many ways to enjoy the party on your Nintendo Switch™! Have a blast competing with your friends in 30+ action-packed 3D and classic 2D sports games—including new events for Tokyo 2020!

Escape from Bowser and Dr. Eggman's 'Tokyo '64' Console in Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

A diabolical duo!

IRVINE, Calif. - September 4, 2019 - Mario, Sonic, and friends are getting ready to make history on their home turf in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, but they're going to need your help to overcome their biggest challenge yet.

Trapped in Tokyo 1964!

Dr. Eggman and Bowser have formed a powerful alliance in their latest plot to defeat Mario and Sonic. Their plan? Unleashing Eggman's latest invention, the Tokyo '64 console that contains the power to pull users inside a 2D game themed around the Olympic Games Tokyo 1964.

Will they ever safely return from the game world of 1964, and if so, how?

Lots of fun minigames, characters and Olympic Games trivia!

Experience lots of fun minigames that use familiar Tokyo landmarks in unexpected ways, like climbing Tokyo Tower, finding the yellow Toad at Shibuya Scramble, and seeing if Sonic can out-race a bullet train. You'll also learn fun trivia (Did you know the new stadium roof is made of material collected from each prefecture of Japan?), unlock hidden characters, and explore the different venues of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and 1964!

What you need to know about Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020:
Brand New Story: Help Mario & Sonic escape from a 2D-themed console, the "Tokyo '64."
10 Classic 2D Events: Experience Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games in a brand-new way with classic 2D versions of 10 events from the Olympic Games Tokyo 1964.
Plus, New 3D Events: Surfing, Skateboarding, Karate, and Sport Climbing add to the other 17 seminal 3D events already represented. With so many options to choose from, everyone has a sporting chance!
Many Ways to Play*: Exclusively on Nintendo Switch, determine who the real champion is while using the fun and flexibility of Joy-Con controllers to your advantage.
Split-Screen and Online Fun**: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 delivers multiplayer, both local split-screen and online, fun for all ages and groups.
Play with a Cast of Fan-Favorite Characters: Choose from the star-studded Mario & Sonic family, including Mario, Sonic, Luigi, Knuckles, Peach, Amy, Dr. Eggman, Yoshi, Tails, Metal Sonic, Donkey Kong and more!
Enjoy 10 different classic 2D events with friends and family:
100m
10m Platform (Diving)
400m Hurdles
Gymnastics - Vault
Judo
Kayak Single (K-1) 1000m
Long Jump
Marathon
Shooting - Trap
Volleyball
You will also dash, jump, climb, surf and more in 21 3D events:
100m
110m Hurdles
4 x 100m Relay
Archery
Badminton
Boxing
Canoe Double (C-2) 1000m
Discus Throw
Equestrian - Jumping
Fencing
Football (Soccer)
Gymnastics - Floor Exercise
Javelin Throw
Karate - Kumite
Rugby Sevens
Skateboarding - Park
Sport Climbing
Surfing - Shortboard
Swimming - 100m Freestyle
Table Tennis
Triple Jump

Release Date

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will take to the starting blocks exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on November 5 in the Americas for $59.99 USD and November 8 in Europe with commensurate pricing. For more information, including where you can pre-order the game, be sure to visit the official website.

*Joy-Con functionality does not extend to all events.

**Internet connection required during online play. To use online services, you must create a Nintendo Account and accept the related agreement. The Nintendo Account Privacy Policy applies. Some online services may not be available in all countries. Online play requires paid online membership.

SEGA shares more gameplay for Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

SEGA has held another live-stream presentation in Japan, which included another round of gameplay from Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. You can check out the action in the clip above.

SEGA accidentally shares the full Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games roster

Who makes the cut this time?

SEGA made a bit of a mistake in promoting Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games for TGS 2019. The TGS 2019 hub page for the game has a tiny image that shows a banner of character icons, which can be expanded to see the entire lineup. As it stands right now, here are the characters that will be playable.

Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Bowser, Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Eggman, Wario, Waluigi, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Bowser Jr., Shadow, Silver, Metal Sonic, Blaze, Vektor, Jet, Zavok, Zazz, Eggman Nega, Espio, Rouge, Diddy Kong, Toadette, Larry Koopa, Ludwig von Koopa, Rosalina & Wendy Koopa.

New screens and art released for Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

What's in the boooooooox?!

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A new batch of screens and art has been released for Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. This batch shows off more events you'll partake in, including the Dream Events. There's also a bunch of renders showing Mario, Sonic, and the gang in their official Olympic gear. Hit up the link above to have a look!

New details on Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games' Story Mode, Dream Events, online, and more

Lots more to learn

The official Japanese site for Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games has opened, and it has a host of new information. Check out details on Story Mode, Dream Events, online, and more below.

Quick Match, single-player

– Tokyo 2020 Events (21 games)
– Dream Events (3 games)
– Tokyo 1964 Events (10 games)
– Button controls are available for all games

Quick Match, multiplayer

– All games can be played in either TV mode or Tabletop mode with 2 to 4 players
– Some games are cooperative

Story Mode

– Retro game system sucks in Mario, Sonic, and Toad
– Luigi and Tails try to save them
– Experience a new story

Local Wireless

– All games can be played with 2 to 4 players

Online, Ranked Match

– 2 to 8 players
– Can play Tokyo 2020 Events or Dream Events
– Players are rated based on their wins/losses, so players at the same skill level will be matched up

Online, Non-ranked Match

– 2 to 4 players
– Choose a game and play with others
– Or play multiple games one after another with the same players
– The game will be chosen at random, if the players do not reach a consensus

Online Leaderboards

– Check rankings by ratings and competition record

My Data

– Game House: You can play any game you’ve beaten in story mode here
– Tournament Results: Access obtained medals, internet rankings and records for each game
– Achievements: Access results from challenges
– Trivia: Access trivia learned from Story Mode
– Options: Customize your character, icon, sound settings and language settings when playing online
– Credits: View the staff credits for the game

Dream Events

– Pretend events created with Mario and Sonic’s unique gameplay and world in consideration
– Dream Shooting, Dream Racing, Dream Karate confirmed
– Only Dream Shooting has been detailed thus far

Dream Shooting

– 4 player shooter
– “Free-for-all” or “Team Battle”
– Fire acorns at targets to get points
– The stage is based on carnival Fun Houses, so it has a lot of tricks and traps: shoot switches to open/close doors, hidden targets, etc.
– Extra points can be earned by comboing targets
– When the huge Japanese kite appears, you can score extra points
– There is an item called the “multi-shot”; using it on the kite will net you a high score

You can also check out another batch of screens and art at the official site

Please enjoy shirtless Eggman and Wario in Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

A dream come true

Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is doing all sorts of interesting things with the outfits for characters, and sometimes it means people are wearing less than ever. Please enjoy, for the first time ever, shirtless Wario and Eggman. You can thank me later.

Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games' Japanese cover art revealed

Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games hits the Switch in Japan on Nov. 1st, 2019, and SEGA has revealed the official Japanese cover for the game. I don't care how many times its happened already, I'll continue to get a smile when I see Mario and Sonic standing together on a cover.

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