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In the fourth installment in what has clearly become something of an A-Typical Mario and, or, Sonic outing, the once warring duo are again settling their differences in Olympic sports along with their crazy friends and foes.

There's obviously an audience for this, and while the wow-factor of seeing Mario and Sonic side-by-side in a videogame has likely subsided for most, Amos Hong found out for review duties that the pair still have plenty to offer any discerning party-game goers.

So, if you have a host of friends rolling around to yours and need something to liven the evening up, a bit of competitive plumber vs hedgehog might be in order.

(Please note: the above recommendation is not a euphemism for any sort of Furry fetish partying.)

Click here for the full review.

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