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* AuthorsSavingThrow: ''Tokyo 2020'' brings the back The Dream Events after their removal from ''Rio 2016'', which was divisive among fans.


* {{Narm}}: Males can take part in female-centric events such as synchronized swimming or rhythmic ribbon gymnastics. Cue snickers as [[LGBTFanbase Bowser]], [[FatBastard Wario]], [[DumbMuscle Donkey Kong]], or [[StoutStrength Vector]] participate.

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* {{Narm}}: Males can take part in female-centric events such as synchronized swimming or rhythmic ribbon gymnastics. Cue snickers as [[LGBTFanbase Bowser]], [[FatBastard Wario]], [[DumbMuscle [[GeniusBruiser Donkey Kong]], or [[StoutStrength Vector]] participate.


* {{Irony}}:
** This is the ''best selling'' game in the ''Sonic'' franchise, considering how the franchise and character was originally conceived.
** After pretty much going away after Rio 2016, the M&S Olympics series makes its grand Nintendo Switch Debut in the ''Tokyo 2020'' edition. Considering the fact that Japan is where both franchises were born from, the timing and opportunity couldn't have been any more perfect.


* FandomRivalry: With the recent release of ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' a rivalry of sorts has been brewing between the two series. [[FriendlyFandoms Fans]] of the ''Super Mario'' and ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' franchises have become extra bitter that their two favorite series and mascots and beloved characters have been considerably downplayed and have yet to receive a proper crossover with a story and is instead regulated to what they consider [[MinigameGame a collection of sports minigames]]. Meanwhile, ''Kingdom Battle'', with its completely [[BizarroEpisode insipid and insane setup]] still manages to have a plot is viewed as being very creative, having a ton of personality and charming interaction between the two universes, and regard it as a cruel twist of fate or a case of what a Mario/Sonic crossover should be, making them extra angry at the game and ''VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' series as well. This may be a case of GrassIsGreener however, and not actually hating the game itself.

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* FandomRivalry: With the recent release of ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' a rivalry of sorts has been brewing between the two series. [[FriendlyFandoms Fans]] of the ''Super Mario'' and ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' franchises have become extra bitter that their two favorite series and mascots and beloved characters have been considerably downplayed and have yet to receive a proper crossover with a story and is instead regulated to what they consider [[MinigameGame a collection of sports minigames]]. Meanwhile, ''Kingdom Battle'', with its completely [[BizarroEpisode insipid and insane setup]] still manages to have a plot is viewed as being very creative, having a ton of personality and charming interaction between the two universes, and regard it as a cruel twist of fate or a case of what a Mario/Sonic crossover should be, making them extra angry at the game and ''VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' series as well. This may be a case of GrassIsGreener however, and not actually hating the game itself.


* {{Irony}}: This is the ''best selling'' game in the ''Sonic'' franchise, considering how the franchise and character was originally conceived.

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This is the ''best selling'' game in the ''Sonic'' franchise, considering how the franchise and character was originally conceived.conceived.
** After pretty much going away after Rio 2016, the M&S Olympics series makes its grand Nintendo Switch Debut in the ''Tokyo 2020'' edition. Considering the fact that Japan is where both franchises were born from, the timing and opportunity couldn't have been any more perfect.

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* ThatOneBoss: The match against [[DualBoss Bowser and Dr. Eggman]] in Fever Hockey in ''Vancouver 2010'' has become quite infamous for being a huge DifficultySpike.


* FandomRivalry: With the recent release of ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' a rivalry of sorts has been brewing between the two series. [[FriendlyFandoms Fans]] of the ''Super Mario'' and ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' franchises have become extra bitter that their two favorite series and mascots and beloved characters have been considerably downplayed and have yet to receive a proper crossover with a story and is instead regulated to what they consider [[MinigameGame a collection of sports minigames]]. Meanwhile, ''Kingdom Battle'', with its completely [[BizarroEpisode insipid and insane setup]] still manages to have a plot is viewed as being very creative, having a ton of personality and charming interaction between the two universes, and regard it as a cruel twist of fate or a case of what a Mario/Sonic crossover should be, making them extra angry at the game and ''VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' series as well. This may be a case of GrassIsGreener however, and not actually hating the game itseld.

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* FandomRivalry: With the recent release of ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' a rivalry of sorts has been brewing between the two series. [[FriendlyFandoms Fans]] of the ''Super Mario'' and ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' franchises have become extra bitter that their two favorite series and mascots and beloved characters have been considerably downplayed and have yet to receive a proper crossover with a story and is instead regulated to what they consider [[MinigameGame a collection of sports minigames]]. Meanwhile, ''Kingdom Battle'', with its completely [[BizarroEpisode insipid and insane setup]] still manages to have a plot is viewed as being very creative, having a ton of personality and charming interaction between the two universes, and regard it as a cruel twist of fate or a case of what a Mario/Sonic crossover should be, making them extra angry at the game and ''VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' series as well. This may be a case of GrassIsGreener however, and not actually hating the game itseld.itself.


* {{Sequelitis}}: The ''Sochi 2014'' game. The direct sequel to the [[GrowingTheBeard Beard-Growing]] ''Vancouver'' and ''London'' games, ''Sochi 2014'' had big shoes to fill and had the unfortunate timing of being the first M&S game to be released on then-new Wii U, which made development and marketing awkward. Sochi also had no second handheld edition on 3DS (meaning no Story campaign, despite ''London 2012'' having one), Dream Events (The staple of the Mario & Sonic series) were signifcantly cut (''Vancouver 2010'' and ''London 2012'' had ''eleven'' and ''ten'' Dream Events respectively, while Sochi only has ''eight'') and had some pared down single-player features that were done better in ''Vancouver''(Festival Mode) and ''London''(London Party). While not considered a bad game, ''Sochi 2014'' is definitely considered a step back in the series, and things only managed to get worse with ''Rio 2016'', which despite finally expanding the character roster and having a 3DS port again, introduced a few [[ScrappyMechanic Scrappy Mechanics]] (Dream Events are ''eliminated completely'', many of these anticipated new characters are locked to certain events) and received a tepid critical reception which some believe to be [[FranchiseKiller responsible for Sega choosing not to renew their contract with the International Olympic Committee]]... for Peyongyang 2018[[note]]This has also resulted in ''London'', ''Sochi'' and 'Rio'' being de-listed from the [=eShop=].[[/note]] (due to Creator/{{Ubisoft}} obtaining the rights for VideoGame/{{Steep}}'s add-on content). They did however, acquire the rights for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, so time will tell if a new edition for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Switch]] will be made, and if it does, will hopefully match Vancouver and London.

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* {{Sequelitis}}: The ''Sochi 2014'' game. The direct sequel to the [[GrowingTheBeard Beard-Growing]] ''Vancouver'' and ''London'' games, ''Sochi 2014'' had big shoes to fill and had the unfortunate timing of being the first M&S game to be released on then-new Wii U, which made development and marketing awkward. Sochi also had no second handheld edition on 3DS (meaning no Story campaign, despite ''London 2012'' having one), Dream Events (The staple of the Mario & Sonic series) were signifcantly cut (''Vancouver 2010'' and ''London 2012'' had ''eleven'' and ''ten'' Dream Events respectively, while Sochi only has ''eight'') and had some pared down single-player features that were done better in ''Vancouver''(Festival Mode) and ''London''(London Party). While not considered a bad game, ''Sochi 2014'' is definitely considered a step back in the series, and things only managed to get worse with ''Rio 2016'', which despite finally expanding the character roster and having a 3DS port again, introduced a few [[ScrappyMechanic Scrappy Mechanics]] (Dream Events are ''eliminated completely'', many of these anticipated new characters are locked to certain events) and received a tepid critical reception which some believe to be [[FranchiseKiller responsible for Sega choosing not to renew their contract with the International Olympic Committee]]... for Peyongyang 2018[[note]]This has also resulted in ''London'', ''Sochi'' and 'Rio'' being de-listed from the [=eShop=].[[/note]] (due to Creator/{{Ubisoft}} obtaining the rights for VideoGame/{{Steep}}'s add-on content). They did however, acquire the rights for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, so time will tell if and a new edition for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Switch]] will be made, and if it does, will hopefully match Vancouver and London.was eventually revealed.


* BaseBreakingCharacter: Zavok and Zazz. Their inclusion in ''Rio 2016'' is a very sour point for those who can't stand ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'' and/or the Deadly Six. Others aren't so bothered, as they're only 2 out of a roster of about 40 characters in the game.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Zavok and Zazz. Their inclusion in ''Rio 2016'' is a very sour point for those who can't stand ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'' and/or the Deadly Six. Others aren't so bothered, as they're only 2 out of a roster of about 40 characters in the game.game, and both of them are exclusive to only one event each (table tennis and boxing respectively).


* CounterpartComparison: Now that both franchises have crossed over, this was a given to happen. Some characters have been deliberately paired up and teamed together as TrueCompanions to emphasize this.
** Mario/Sonic: TheHero of their universes and the mascot.
** Luigi/Tails: The [[TheLancer signature sidekicks]] to the heroes.
** Princess Peach/Amy: The signature heroines who are set up to be ImpliedLoveInterest to the hero. Also have an affinity for pink and hearts.
** Bowser/Dr. Eggman: The BigBad of their respective universes and ArchEnemy of the hero.


* FandomRivalry: With the recent release of ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' a rivalry of sorts has been brewing between the two series. [[FriendlyFandoms Fans]] of the ''Super Mario'' and ''Sonic The Hedgehog'' franchises have become extra bitter that their two favorite series and mascots and beloved characters have been considerably downplayed and have yet to receive a proper crossover with a story and is instead regulated to what they consider [[MinigameGame a collection of sports minigames]]. Meanwhile, ''Kingdom Battle'', with its completely [[BizarroEpisode insipid and insane setup]] still manages to have a plot is viewed as being very creative, having a ton of personality and charming interaction between the two universes, and regard it as a cruel twist of fate or a case of what a Mario/Sonic crossover should be, making them extra angry at the game and ''VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' series as well. This may be a case of GrassIsGreener however, and not actually hating the game itseld.

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* FandomRivalry: With the recent release of ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' a rivalry of sorts has been brewing between the two series. [[FriendlyFandoms Fans]] of the ''Super Mario'' and ''Sonic The the Hedgehog'' franchises have become extra bitter that their two favorite series and mascots and beloved characters have been considerably downplayed and have yet to receive a proper crossover with a story and is instead regulated to what they consider [[MinigameGame a collection of sports minigames]]. Meanwhile, ''Kingdom Battle'', with its completely [[BizarroEpisode insipid and insane setup]] still manages to have a plot is viewed as being very creative, having a ton of personality and charming interaction between the two universes, and regard it as a cruel twist of fate or a case of what a Mario/Sonic crossover should be, making them extra angry at the game and ''VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' series as well. This may be a case of GrassIsGreener however, and not actually hating the game itseld.



* GrowingTheBeard: While the first game (Beijing 2008) wasn't bad by any means, it was a quite underwhelming minigame-a-thon. [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Only four Dream Events, and the Mario and Sonic characters seem to be there just to be there]]. In the sequels Vancouver 2010 and London 2012, everything was shifted into overdrive. Four new characters (DK, Junior, Silver, and Metal Sonic) were introduced to expand the roster, Boss Characters were introduced, The handheld versions were given their own little story modes, Dream Events were expanded upon and actually took place in iconic locations from both franchises, and the games overall were given a lot more personality, making it stand out from the other Mario spinoffs.

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* GrowingTheBeard: While the first game (Beijing 2008) wasn't bad by any means, it was a quite underwhelming minigame-a-thon. [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Only four Dream Events, and the Mario and Sonic characters seem to be there just to be there]]. In the sequels Vancouver 2010 and London 2012, everything was shifted into overdrive. Four new characters (DK, Junior, Bowser Jr., Silver, and Metal Sonic) were introduced to expand the roster, Boss Characters were introduced, The the handheld versions were given their own little story modes, Dream Events were expanded upon and actually took place in iconic locations from both franchises, and the games overall were given a lot more personality, making it stand out from the other Mario spinoffs.



* {{Sequelitis}}: The ''Sochi 2014'' game. The direct sequel to the [[GrowingTheBeard Beard-Growing]] ''Vancouver'' and ''London'' games, ''Sochi 2014'' had big shoes to fill and had the unfortunate timing of being the first M&S game to be released on then-new Wii U, which made development and marketing awkward. Sochi also had no second handheld edition on 3DS (meaning no Story campaign, despite London 2012 having one), Dream Events (The staple of the Mario & Sonic series) were signifcantly cut (Vancouver 2010 and London 2012 had ''eleven'' and ''ten'' Dream Events respectively, while Sochi only has ''eight'') and had some pared down single player features that were done better in ''Vancouver''(Festival Mode) and ''London''(London Party). While not considered a bad game, ''Sochi 2014'' is definitely considered a step back in the series, and things only managed to get worse with ''Rio 2016'', which despite finally expanding the character roster and having a 3DS port again, introduced a few [[ScrappyMechanic Scrappy Mechanics]] (Dream Events are ''eliminated completely'', Many of these anticipated new characters are locked to certain events) and received a tepid critical reception which some believe to be [[FranchiseKiller responsible for Sega choosing not to renew their contract with the International Olympic Committee]]... for Peyongyang 2018[[note]]This has also resulted in ''London'', ''Sochi'' and 'Rio'' being de-listed from the [=eShop=].[[/note]] (due to Creator/{{Ubisoft}} obtaining the rights for VideoGame/{{Steep}}'s add-on content). They did however, acquire the rights for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, so time will tell if a new edition for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Switch]] will be made, and if it does, will hopefully match Vancouver and London.
* ThatOneLevel: [[DownplayedTrope ...downplayed in the 100m Freestyle minigame in the DS version of ''Beijing 2008''.]] Most characters require you to either rub horizontally, rub vertically, spin in a circle, or trace a semicircle. Vector requires you to trace a figure-8.

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* {{Sequelitis}}: The ''Sochi 2014'' game. The direct sequel to the [[GrowingTheBeard Beard-Growing]] ''Vancouver'' and ''London'' games, ''Sochi 2014'' had big shoes to fill and had the unfortunate timing of being the first M&S game to be released on then-new Wii U, which made development and marketing awkward. Sochi also had no second handheld edition on 3DS (meaning no Story campaign, despite London 2012 ''London 2012'' having one), Dream Events (The staple of the Mario & Sonic series) were signifcantly cut (Vancouver 2010 (''Vancouver 2010'' and London 2012 ''London 2012'' had ''eleven'' and ''ten'' Dream Events respectively, while Sochi only has ''eight'') and had some pared down single player single-player features that were done better in ''Vancouver''(Festival Mode) and ''London''(London Party). While not considered a bad game, ''Sochi 2014'' is definitely considered a step back in the series, and things only managed to get worse with ''Rio 2016'', which despite finally expanding the character roster and having a 3DS port again, introduced a few [[ScrappyMechanic Scrappy Mechanics]] (Dream Events are ''eliminated completely'', Many many of these anticipated new characters are locked to certain events) and received a tepid critical reception which some believe to be [[FranchiseKiller responsible for Sega choosing not to renew their contract with the International Olympic Committee]]... for Peyongyang 2018[[note]]This has also resulted in ''London'', ''Sochi'' and 'Rio'' being de-listed from the [=eShop=].[[/note]] (due to Creator/{{Ubisoft}} obtaining the rights for VideoGame/{{Steep}}'s add-on content). They did however, acquire the rights for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, so time will tell if a new edition for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Switch]] will be made, and if it does, will hopefully match Vancouver and London.
* ThatOneLevel: [[DownplayedTrope ...downplayed [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed in the 100m Freestyle minigame in the DS version of ''Beijing 2008''.]] Most characters require you to either rub horizontally, rub vertically, spin in a circle, or trace a semicircle. Vector requires you to trace a figure-8.



** Many of The Olympic Challenges in The Bonus Prologue Story of London 2012 3DS can be quite tricky because they require expert skill.
** Many of the Plus Face Offs during Road To Rio in Rio 2016 3DS. The most notable ones would be Rosalina, Sticks and Dry Bowser since they need the most precise timing and skill.
** Several of the Carnival Challenges in the Wii U version of Mario and Sonic Rio 2016 can become this since the price to enter them ''doubles'' with every failure, and unless you know all the tips (which are ''locked'' until you first hear them), you're likely to find a challenge that doesn't even make sense. How many people know what a Dump is in Beach Volleyball anyway?

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** Many of The Olympic Challenges in The Bonus Prologue Story of London 2012 ''London 2012'' 3DS can be quite tricky because they require expert skill.
** Many of the Plus Face Offs during Road To Rio in Rio 2016 ''Rio 2016'' 3DS. The most notable ones would be Rosalina, Sticks and Dry Bowser since they need the most precise timing and skill.
** Several of the Carnival Challenges in the Wii U version of Mario and Sonic Rio 2016 ''Rio 2016'' can become this since the price to enter them ''doubles'' with every failure, and unless you know all the tips (which are ''locked'' until you first hear them), you're likely to find a challenge that doesn't even make sense. How many people know what a Dump is in Beach Volleyball anyway?

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* NightmareFuel: The Hammer Throw event in ''London 2012'' has the characters letting out a [[ScreamingWarrior scream]] as they prepare to throw the hammer, which generally sounds as [[LargeHam over-the-top]] as you'd expect. When the character in question is Daisy, however, the scream sounds surprisingly realistic and blood-curdling.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Or in this case, they wasted a perfectly good ''pairing''. ''Sochi'' and ''Rio'' added special victory animations between characters if they are on the same team (Mario with Luigi, Sonic with Tails, Peach with Daisy and so on...), with this well-received feature however, there were the inevitable complaints of missing ones. Common missed examples include Sonic/Shadow, Sonic/Knuckles, Peach/Bowser, and Mario/Wario. [[PairTheSpares Luigi/Daisy]] shippers were particularly vocal at the fact that their pairing is missing as well.


* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: [[AwesomeMusic/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames Has its own page]].


* HarsherInHindsight: If one were to think that the Sonic characters remotely remember ''[[VideoGames/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Sonic 06]]'', the scene where we see Rouge as the rival of ''Winter'' kinda yanks your heartstrings a little. We see Rouge against Shadow here, when in ''06'', she said she wouldn't betray him. What's more, Shadow is the one that calls her out on it. Whether you see them as PlatonicLifePartners or as romantically involved, this is quite disturbing. Same thing applies for ''Sochi'', except it's likely that Rouge was brainwashed by Dry Bowser and Eggman Nega, and there's no dialogue that calls Rouge out on that.

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* HarsherInHindsight: If one were to think that the Sonic characters even remotely remember ''[[VideoGames/SonicTheHedgehog2006 ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Sonic 06]]'', '06]]'', the scene where we see Rouge as one of the rival of ''Winter'' rivals in ''Vancouver'' kinda yanks your heartstrings a little. We see Rouge against Shadow here, when in ''06'', '''06'', she said she wouldn't betray him. What's more, Shadow ''Shadow'' is the one that who calls her out on it. Whether you see them as PlatonicLifePartners or as romantically involved, this is quite disturbing. Same thing applies for ''Sochi'', except it's likely that Rouge was brainwashed by to work alongside Dry Bowser and Eggman Nega, and there's no dialogue that calls Rouge out on that.it.



** Peach was meant to be an opponent in the Wii version of ''VideoGame/PunchOut'', but was taken out due to beliefs on violence towards women. The Wii U version of ''Rio'' finally makes Peach playable in boxing.

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** Peach was meant to be an opponent in the Wii version of ''VideoGame/PunchOut'', but was taken out due to beliefs on violence towards women.women at the time. The Wii U version of ''Rio'' finally makes Peach playable in boxing.



** ''London 2012'' isn't Peach's first time in a leotard; she wears an aerobics outfit in the ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros3'' episode "7 Continents for 7 Koopas".

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** ''London 2012'' isn't Peach's first time in a leotard; she wears an aerobics outfit in the ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros3'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfSuperMarioBros3'' episode "7 Continents for 7 Koopas".



* MST3KMantra: In full effect considering why the characters from both rosters would crossover for the Olympics of all places. (Does not count [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Sonic occasionally fighting Mario, Luigi, Peach, Bowser, DK, Diddy, Rosalina, Wario, Yoshi, Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings every now and then]].)

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* MST3KMantra: In full effect considering why the characters from both rosters would crossover for the Olympics of all places. (Does not count [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Sonic occasionally fighting Mario, Luigi, Peach, Bowser, DK, Diddy, Rosalina, Wario, Yoshi, Bowser Jr. , the Koopalings, Dr. Mario, and the Koopalings Daisy every now and then]].)



* {{Sequelitis}}: The ''Sochi 2014'' game. The direct sequel to the [[GrowingTheBeard Beard-Growing]] ''Vancouver'' and ''London'' games, ''Sochi 2014'' had big shoes to fill and had the unfortunate timing of being the first M&S game to be released on then-new Wii U, which made development and marketing awkward. Sochi also had no second handheld edition on 3DS (meaning no Story campaign, despite London 2012 having one), Dream Events (The staple of the Mario & Sonic series) were signifcantly cut (Vancouver 2010 and London 2012 had ''eleven'' and ''ten'' Dream Events respectively, while Sochi only has ''eight'') and had some pared down single player features that were done better in ''Vancouver''(Festival Mode) and ''London''(London Party). While not considered a bad game, ''Sochi 2014'' is definitely considered a step back in the series, and things only managed to get worse with ''Rio 2016'', which despite finally expanding the character roster and having a 3DS port again, introduced a few [[ScrappyMechanic Scrappy Mechanics]] (Dream Events are ''eliminated completely'', Many of these anticipated new characters are locked to certain events) and received a tepid critical reception which some believe to be [[FranchiseKiller responsible for Sega choosing not to renew their contract with the International Olympic Committee]]... for Peyongyang 2018[[note]]This also resulted to London, Sochi and Rio being de-listed from the [=eShop=].[[/note]] (due to Creator/{{Ubisoft}} obtaining the rights for VideoGame/{{Steep}}'s add-on content). They did however, acquire the rights for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, so time will tell if a new edition for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Switch]] will be made, and if it does, will hopefully match Vancouver and London.

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* {{Sequelitis}}: The ''Sochi 2014'' game. The direct sequel to the [[GrowingTheBeard Beard-Growing]] ''Vancouver'' and ''London'' games, ''Sochi 2014'' had big shoes to fill and had the unfortunate timing of being the first M&S game to be released on then-new Wii U, which made development and marketing awkward. Sochi also had no second handheld edition on 3DS (meaning no Story campaign, despite London 2012 having one), Dream Events (The staple of the Mario & Sonic series) were signifcantly cut (Vancouver 2010 and London 2012 had ''eleven'' and ''ten'' Dream Events respectively, while Sochi only has ''eight'') and had some pared down single player features that were done better in ''Vancouver''(Festival Mode) and ''London''(London Party). While not considered a bad game, ''Sochi 2014'' is definitely considered a step back in the series, and things only managed to get worse with ''Rio 2016'', which despite finally expanding the character roster and having a 3DS port again, introduced a few [[ScrappyMechanic Scrappy Mechanics]] (Dream Events are ''eliminated completely'', Many of these anticipated new characters are locked to certain events) and received a tepid critical reception which some believe to be [[FranchiseKiller responsible for Sega choosing not to renew their contract with the International Olympic Committee]]... for Peyongyang 2018[[note]]This has also resulted to London, Sochi in ''London'', ''Sochi'' and Rio 'Rio'' being de-listed from the [=eShop=].[[/note]] (due to Creator/{{Ubisoft}} obtaining the rights for VideoGame/{{Steep}}'s add-on content). They did however, acquire the rights for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, so time will tell if a new edition for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch Switch]] will be made, and if it does, will hopefully match Vancouver and London.

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