Nintendo have begun providing factsheets for the many games that were featured during the Nintendo Direct E3 2019. With these press assets at hand, we will be sharing them with you throughout the next few days, factsheets, logos Screenshots and more! Here is the Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 from SEGA.
You can check out the Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Switch Factsheet below.
Publisher Name: SEGA Developer Name: SEGA Genre: Sports/Party
Nintendo Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
ESRB with descriptors: Rating Pending (RP)
Number of Players: 1 – 8 Release Date/Window: November 2019
Join Mario, Sonic and friends for their greatest adventure yet at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, exclusively on Nintendo Switch!
• Go for gold as you compete in action‐packed sports games, including 4 brand new events to Tokyo 2020—Skateboarding, Karate, Surfing, and Sport Climbing, as well as a large selection of classic events.
• Get the party started on your Switch with a variety of ways to play, including button play and motion controls in multiplayer game modes that support up to 4 locally and up to 8 online.
• Play as Mario, Sonic, Yoshi, Amy Rose, Luigi, Dr. Eggman, and many more of your favorite characters from November 2019. Stay tuned for more information!
Legal Line: TM IOC/TOKYO2020/USOC 36USC220506. © 2019 International Olympic Committee (“IOC”). All rights reserved. SUPER MARIO characters © NINTENDO. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Nintendo Switch is a trademark of Nintendo. SONIC THE HEDGEHOG characters © SEGA. SEGA, the SEGA logo and Sonic The Hedgehog are either registered trademarks or trademarks of SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. or its affiliates.
Official Game Website: olympicvideogames.com/marioandsonic Twitter Handle: SEGA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SEGA/
Official Hashtag: #MarioandSonic #Tokyo2020 #OfficialVideoGame
Source: Nintendo America E3 2019 PresskitTags: mario & sonic, Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games 2020, Nintendo, Nintendo Direct E3 2019, Nintendo Switch, Sega
This post was written by Mike Scorpio