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 Nov 21, 2007 - 08:43 AM - by Michael
* Mario & Sonic at the Olympics

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At some point, Nintendo allowed Sega to make a "Mario & Sonic" game set at the Olympics.

At some point, someone decided it would work best as a ton of "shake the controller as fast as you can" minigames, a la Mario Party.

At some point, some douche decided to make the most dumbed-down, worst possible version of "fencing" they could.

At some point last night, both I and my assistant tester injured our wrists and elbows trying to play this game.

At some point today, it gets returned to the store. Please don't buy this game if you value your physical health.
 

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