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Mario & Sonic at the New York 2017 Olympic Games is a sports title for the Wii U, which is the sixth installment on the Mario & Sonic series. Like the other games, it takes place in the host city of the Olympics of the corresponding year, being New York.

Columbus Park

In the game, the main menu, called Shortcut Menu, is unlocked after winning a medal in the first tournament, is optional and is activated with the button. The game always starts instead on Columbus Park, that is explorable and contains several characters the player can talk to, either characters from Team Sonic and Team Mario or Miis of other players. Outside of tournaments, the player always controls their own Mii on the park. By talking to Miis of players from unknown countries or by talking the first time to characters from Team Sonic or Team Mario after entering the first tournament, countries' and characters' flags can be obtained respectively. Furthermore, after participating at least once in the Heroes Showdown mode, there is also one Mii that gives a tip card about the Heroes Showdown mode, if all said cards haven't been already collected. When characters from Team Mario or Team Sonic are found at the park, one Mii also gives additional information about one character, chosen randomly among at least two small pieces of information of this kind per character. In addition to this, there are important locations and characters that can be talked to in order to access the game's modes, to purchase items or to obtain additional rewards, these are:

Giants Stadium

Here the Single Events modes can be chosen by talking to the following characters:

  • Kooper (Single-player Single Events)
  • Goombella (Multiplayer Single Events)

New York 2017 Tournament Gate

This statue is completed after the player arrives first in five single events. Here the tournaments can be chosen or the number of players participating in them can be changed by talking to the following characters:

  • Kritter (changes the number of players participating in tournaments)
  • Krusha (allows the player to choose the tournament or continue the current ongoing tournament)

Miiverse Monitor

This monitor is activated after passing the first match of the second tournament. Here, messages from other players sent to the game's group on Miiverse can be seen, furthermore the player can talk to Cranky Kong to send a message to the game's group on Miiverse.

Versus Arena

This statue is completed after the players arrives in first place in all the single events or wins a medal in seven tournaments. Here the Heroes Showdown modes can be chosen by talking to the following characters:

Ghost Match Entrance

This pedestal appears once the statue of the Versus Arena is completed. Here a Honey Queen can be talked to in order to participate in match against the ghosts of other players in three events. The player can choose to challenge a ghost of a player with similar skills or the best ghost recorded for the event.

Chancellor's Clothing Store

Here Lakitu can be talked to in order to see the current collected items, to change the player's Mii's outfits, to change the background music of events, to change various settings or to see the game's credits once all level 3 tournaments are cleared.

Item Stands

Item Stands are gradually unlocked as tournaments are cleared. There, the player can obtain items using coins or rings. 5 coins or rings allow an item to be obtained, while 50 coins or rings allow to obtain 11 items. The items obtained are chosen randomly, and the same item can be obtained more than once. There are three item stands, hosted by the following characters:

Reward Reception

Cream the Rabbit appears on the park every five Gold Medals or 1st Place Medals earned. By talking to him the player receives additional coins and rings as a reward.

New York Carnival

After winning all level 1 tournaments, New York carnival floats can arrive at Columbus Park once a tournament ends. There are four types of float, each one with a character (selected at random from a pool of specific characters for each float) that can be challenged to a Carnival Challenge in order to obtain a part of his or her costume. The carnival challenge consists in winning in an event against the character while satisfying peculiar conditions. In order to participate in said challenge, the player must pay either Rings (for Sonic's and Dr. Eggman's floats) or Coins (for Mario's and Bowser's floats). If the players fails to win the challenge, he can retry it paying an increased amount of Rings or Coins. After a few unsuccessful tries, the character on the float becomes easier to beat. The New York Carnival stays at Columbus Park until the player participates in a tournament. There are four floats: Mario's, Bowser's, Sonic's, and Dr. Eggman's.

Carnival Floats

Mario's Float
  1. Mario
  2. Luigi
  3. Peach
  4. Yoshi
  5. Daisy
  6. Donkey Kong
  7. Diddy Kong
  8. Funky Kong
  9. Dixie Kong
  10. Lanky Kong
  11. Tiny Kong
  12. Chunky Kong
  13. Rosalina
  14. Toad
  15. Toadette
  16. Lady Bow
  17. Vivian
  18. Rattly the Rattlesnake
  19. Blooper
Bowser's Float
  1. Bowser
  2. Wario
  3. Waluigi
  4. Bowser Jr.
  5. Nabbit
  6. Larry Koopa
  7. Roy Koopa
  8. Wendy O. Koopa
  9. Iggy Koopa
  10. Morton Koopa Jr.
  11. Lemmy Koopa
  12. Ludwig von Koopa
  13. Dry Bones
  14. Dry Bowser
  15. King K. Rool
  16. Rawk Hawk
Sonic's Float
  1. Sonic the Hedgehog
  2. Miles "Tails" Prower
  3. Amy Rose
  4. Knuckles the Echidna
  5. Blaze the Cat
  6. Silver the Hedgehog
  7. Vector the Crocodile
  8. Espio the Chameleon
  9. Sticks the Badger
Dr. Eggman's Float
  1. Dr. Eggman
  2. Shadow the Hedgehog
  3. Metal Sonic
  4. Rouge the Bat
  5. Jet the Hawk
  6. Storm the Albatross
  7. Wave the Swallow
  8. Zavok
  9. Zazz
  10. Zeena
  11. Zomom
  12. Zor (Deadly Six)
Pokémon Float
  1. Bulbasaur
  2. Venusaur
  3. Charmander
  4. Charizard
  5. Squirtle
  6. Blastoise
  7. Pikachu
  8. Sandshrew
  9. Golem
  10. Rhydon
  11. Kangaskhan
  12. Feraligatr
  13. Sceptile
  14. Combusken
  15. Seismitoad
  16. Zoroark
  17. Braixen
  18. Froakie
Extra Character's Float
  1. Link
  2. Mametchi
  3. Rayman
  4. Pac-Man
  5. Ms. Pac-Man
  6. Mega Man

Tournaments

When the player is participating in a tournament, a few changes happen at the park. The background music is changed, all the characters participating in said tournament can be found at the park and the player's Mii is replaced by the Mii or character chosen in the character select screen shown when entering said tournament. Furthermore, there are also Miis that give suggestions about hidden controls of features of the tournament's event; among those, one Mii gives a tip in the form of a card that can be collected and is shown after each match in said event, if all said tip cards for that event haven't been collected. Lastly, the player is not able to participate in ghost matches, single events or in the Heroes Showdown and is not able to change the number of players in the ongoing tournaments.

Statistics shared with other players through Nintendo Network

While the game does not offer real time online play functionality, several statistics and data about the player and their Mii are shared with other players through Nintendo Network. When talking to a Mii of an other player or when viewing the profile of a ghost, the following statistics of said player are shown:

Players' data shared through Nintendo Network
Shared data of the player's Mii
Mii's Name Nationality
Player Profile
Favorite Event Total Coins Earned
Favorite Character Total Rings Earned
Clear Counts Collectibles
Special Prizes Flags
Ghost Match Victories Tips
Carnival Challenges Mii Wear
Guests Unlocked Music Tracks
Tournaments Cleared Stamps
Gold/1st Place Medals
The yellow background indicates that the information is shown while talking to the player's Mii.


Characters

Team Mario

Name Image
Mario
SMS-Mario

Mario

Luigi
Luigiart9
Peach
Princess peach 2
Yoshi
Yoshi.png.png
Daisy
Ssbpc daisy by machriderz-d86ftsn
Wario
SSBE Wario
Waluigi
Waluigi.png.png
Bowser
Bowser.png.png.png
Bowser Jr.
100px-BowserJrMPIT

Bowser Jr

Larry Koopa
109px-NSMBU LarryKoopa
Roy Koopa
150px-RoyNSMBU
Wendy O. Koopa
129px-WendyNSMBU
Iggy Koopa
119px-IggyNSMBU
Morton Koopa Jr.
109px-MortonNSMBU
Lemmy Koopa
98px-Lemmy Koopa NSMBU
Ludwig von Koopa
Ludwig von B. Koopa

The Fighter Ludwig Von Koopa

Donkey Kong
Donkey kong.png.png
Diddy Kong
Diddy kong 01
Funky Kong
Fig 20 funkykong
Dixie Kong
Dixie2
Lanky Kong
Lanky Kong SSB4
Tiny Kong
Tiny Kong WoB
Chunky Kong
Chunky Kong WoD
King K. Rool
Kingkrool2

Kingkrool

Rosalina
RosalinaSMG1

Rosalina

Toad
Toad - Mario Party
Toadette
220px-Toadette -ario Party 10

Toadette

Nabbit
Nabbit, New Super Mario Bros. U

Nabbit

Lady Bow
LadyBow-SPM
Vivian
Vivian - Paper Mario The Thousand-Year Door
Rattly the Rattlesnake
RattlytheRattlesnake
Blooper
200px-BlooperMK8
Dry Bones
Dry Bones MPSR
Dry Bowser
520px-DRYBONESBOWSER
Rawk Hawk
Rawk Hawk

Team Sonic

Name Image
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic-1
Miles "Tails" Prower
Tails-0
Amy Rose
SBE Amy
Knuckles the Echidna
Knuckles Lost World
Blaze the Cat
Blaze Gymnastics
Shadow the Hedgehog
SSBE Shadow
Rouge the Bat
Rouge Rio2016
Silver the Hedgehog
Silver goofball
Dr. Eggman
Eggman-0
Metal Sonic
242px-Metalsoni2
Vector the Crocodile
Vector-0
Espio the Chameleon
Espio-0
Sticks the Badger
Sticks 2 - Rio2016
Jet the Hawk
Jet-sonic-free-riders--signature
Storm the Albatross
Sonic-Free-Riders-Characters-artwork-Storm
Wave the Swallow
Wave-SonicFreeRiders
Zavok
ZavokSonicV2
Zazz
Zazz Rio2016
Zeena
330px-Deadly Six ZEENA
Zomom
381px-Sonic Lost World - Zomom
Zor (Deadly Six)
627px-Deadly Six ZOR

NEWCOMER: ZOR

Team Pokémon

Name Image
Bulbasaur
001 bulbasaur by pklucario-d5z1g10
Venusaur
VenusaurByxous54
Charmander
CharmanderByKymaekel
Charizard
Charizardpokken
Squirtle
Squirtle SSB
Blastoise
Blastoise Dream
Pikachu
PikachuPokkénTournament
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Golem
PTSR-Golem
Rhydon
112Rhydon
Kangaskhan
PTSR-Kangaskhan
Feraligatr
PTSR-Feraligatr
Sceptile
SceptileSmashifiedColorEdit
Combusken
Combusken Dream
Seismitoad
PTSR-Seismitoad
Zoroark
PTWC Zoroark
Braixen
PTWC Braixen
Froakie
656Froakie

Team Extra

Name Image
Link
Link SSB4 box
Mametchi
Mametchi
Rayman
RaymanSmashifiedEdit
Pac-Man
185px-Pac-Man character art - The Adventure Begins
Ms. Pac-Man
McPacManSSBPwnage
Mega Man
Megaman

Events

Fourteen official Olympic Games events and three Duel Events are playable along normal events. In the Duel Events, special items from the Mario and Sonic universes are usable and certain actions increase Duel Points. Once a try, point, or goal is scored, said Duel Points are added to the total score of the team while the Duel Points of the opponent's team are halved. In tournaments of Duel Events, 1st Place Medals, 2nd Place Medals and 3rd Place Medals are earned instead of Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals respectively.

Olympic Games Events

  1. Boxing
  2. Vault
  3. Flying Rings
  4. Rhythmic Gymnastics
  5. Tennis
  6. Wrestling
  7. Weightlifting
  8. Pole Vault
  9. Throwing Darts
  10. Basketball
  11. Water Skiing
  12. Long-Distance Running
  13. Javelin Throw
  14. Table Tennis
  15. High Dive
  16. Curling
  17. Long Jump
  18. 4x100m Relay
  19. Soccer
  20. 100m Freestyle Swimming
  21. Rugby Sevens
  22. 100m
  23. Equestrian
  24. Beach Volleyball
  25. BMX
  26. Triple Jump
  27. Archery
  28. Fencing

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