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Video: PS4 Controllers Spotted In Nintendo Trailer For Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Nintendo and Sega recently announced a pair of Olympic Games titles for Nintendo Switch – Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game – the latter of which is in development for multiple consoles, including PlayStation 4. Due to this point, DualShock 4 controllers can be spotted in the upcoming duo’s announcement trailer, which was shared via Nintendo’s official social media channels. You can check it out in the embedded video below:



    1. Its the official olympic games the sonic and mario only have switch and the mobile app this article is either bait or alba didn’t watch the video properly to notice that the ps4 controller was shown in offical olympic gamplay segment


      1. Several of Alba’s articles are, unfortunately, of this clickbait-y nature…

        While the title isn’t strictly untrue (both Olympic Games games appear in the same video) it does not convey that the controller’s existence clearly points to the Official Olympics game coming to the PS4, but that Mario & Sonic is not.

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  1. Two thoughts. One, I don’t think a Mario game has ever been on a platform other than Nintendo’s own and mobile, so this is actually a big step. Two, the Switch version will probably be slower and with worse graphics, but will be a lot more fun because of it’s motion controls. And extra thought, I wish the mobile gaming industry would just die already.


    1. Mario is Missing and Mario’s Time Machine, and Mario Teaches Typing were released on PC, and of course the original Mario Bros (not SMB) was released on Atari, Colecovision, and others.


      1. I guess I should have done my research! Either way, could someone please contact the admin? The ps4 controllers were for the normal olympics, not the m&s ones.


    1. Just read my comment at the top the ps4 is for the offical olympic you can tell if you watch the segment infact the ad NA nintendo is using is the one that came from sega japan tweet


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