Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Arcade Edition

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Arcade Edition
MAS Tokyo 2020 Arcade - placeholder logo 2.png
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Platform(s) Arcade
Release date Japan January 23, 2020
USA 2020[1]
Europe 2020[2]
Australia 2020[3]
Genre Sport
Rating(s)
Mode(s)
Media
Input

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Arcade Edition is a sports arcade game that was released in Japan on January 23, 2020, and planned to be released overseas in 2020. It is the arcade companion game to Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and the second arcade installment of the Mario & Sonic series. As with the Nintendo Switch version, the game takes place in Tokyo, Japan, home of the 2020 Summer Olympics, and features events from both 2020 as well as 2D Events from the 1964 Summer Olympics, which were also held in Tokyo.

Characters[edit]

There are 20 playable characters in the game, being the same characters that have been playable since Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. Unlike its home console counterpart, each character's individual stats are now shown, rather than simply naming a specific advantage for each character.[4] Like the home console version, most of the playable roster wears different clothing depending on the event (the exceptions being Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Bowser, Bowser Jr., and Metal Sonic).

Team Mario[edit]

Image Name Type Stats Wears unique clothing between events
Mario (head) - MaS.png Mario All-Around
Power
 
6
Speed
 
6
Technique
 
6
Check mark.svg
Luigi (head) - MaS.png Luigi All-Around
Power
 
5
Speed
 
6
Technique
 
7
Check mark.svg
Princess Peach (head) - MaS.png Peach Technique
Power
 
3
Speed
 
6
Technique
 
9
Check mark.svg
Bowser (head) - MaS.png Bowser Power
Power
 
10
Speed
 
1
Technique
 
4
X mark.svg
Wario (head) - MaS.png Wario Power
Power
 
8
Speed
 
4
Technique
 
6
Check mark.svg
Yoshi (head) - MaS.png Yoshi Speed
Power
 
5
Speed
 
9
Technique
 
4
X mark.svg
Daisy (head) - MaS.png Daisy Speed
Power
 
4
Speed
 
8
Technique
 
6
Check mark.svg
Waluigi (head) - MaS.png Waluigi Technique
Power
 
6
Speed
 
4
Technique
 
8
Check mark.svg

Team Sonic[edit]

Image Name Type Stats Wears unique clothing between events
Sonic (head) - MaS.png Sonic Speed
Power
 
3
Speed
 
10
Technique
 
5
Check mark.svg
Tails (head) - MaS.png Tails Technique
Power
 
4
Speed
 
6
Technique
 
8
Check mark.svg
Knuckles (head) - MaS.png Knuckles Power
Power
 
9
Speed
 
6
Technique
 
3
Check mark.svg
Amy (head) - MaS.png Amy All-Around
Power
 
6
Speed
 
5
Technique
 
7
Check mark.svg
Eggman (head) - MaS.png Dr. Eggman Technique
Power
 
5
Speed
 
3
Technique
 
10
Check mark.svg
Shadow (head) - MaS.png Shadow Speed
Power
 
6
Speed
 
9
Technique
 
3
Check mark.svg
Silver (head) - MaS.png Silver Technique
Power
 
6
Speed
 
3
Technique
 
9
Check mark.svg

1964[edit]

The 1964 events contain eight playable characters: Four from the Mario series and four from the Sonic series. The Mario characters use their 8-bit sprites from Super Mario Bros., Sonic and Dr. Eggman use their 16-bit sprites from Sonic the Hedgehog, Tails uses his sprite from Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and Knuckles uses his sprite from Sonic the Hedgehog 3.

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Peach
  • Bowser
  • Sonic
  • Tails
  • Knuckles
  • Dr. Eggman

Events[edit]

The game features both events from the 2020 Olympic Games and the 1964 Olympic Games.

2020[edit]

  • 100m
  • Triple Jump
  • Discus Throw
  • Surfing
  • Sport Climbing
  • Gymnastics
  • Rugby Sevens
  • Swimming

1964[edit]

  • 400m Hurdles
  • Diving
  • Shooting

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Trivia[edit]

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