Asterix at the Olympic Games Alternatives

Asterix at the Olympic Games

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Asterix at the Olympic Games is an Addictive Olympic, Platform, Sports, Single and Multiplayer video game created by Etranges Libellules and published by Atari. The game is a based on an exciting comic movie of the same title. At the start of the game, the player can choose his one of many characters to start the game… read more
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2 Asterix at the Olympic Games Alternatives & Similar Games for Nintendo Wii U

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1. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games

Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games is a 3D, Sports, Single and Multilayer video game by Sega. It is a first installment in the series of Mario and Sonic that was released in 2007 on Nintendo platforms only. The game offers a brilliant collection of more than 24 Olympic events. In this game, the player can assume the role of a Sega or Nintendo character who beat all other characters to win the events. Each team has more than 14 characters; each character has its own weakness and strength. Choose one of them and get into the game world to complete certain events. All the character consists of four categories such as all-rounder, speed, power, and skill. Each event of the game also consists of multiple stages. The great thing about Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games is that, the multiplayer mode in which the player can play with his friends in both online and offline mode. The game includes core features such as various modes, character customization options, lots of upgrades, unlockable achievements and much more. With superb game controls, brilliant mechanics and stunning visual details. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games are one of the best Olympic Games as compared to the other same genres.

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2. Rayman Raving Rabbids

Rayman Raving Rabbids is a Party Sports video game created and published by Ubisoft. It is another major installment in the series of Rayman that offers enhanced mechanic and more enjoyable gameplay. The game features more than 75 mini-games and each game offer more exciting gameplay of the last one. It offers two different modes such as Story mode and Score mode. In story mode, the game follows more than fifteen days of Rayman’s custody by Rabbids, and in each day the player must complete three trails which are followed by one special boss trails including racing, first-person rail shooter, and boxing game. The aim of the player is complete trails earn Rayman multiple costumes and matching the music. In score mode, the goal of the player plays all the major events in order to earn high rewards. All the mini-games fall into one of four categories such as Bunny Hunt, Sports, Shake your Body and Challenges. With excellent storyline, beautiful visual details and enjoyable background music. Rayman Raving Rabbids is an excellent game as compared to its previous installment.

More About Asterix at the Olympic Games

Asterix at the Olympic Games is an Addictive Olympic, Platform, Sports, Single and Multiplayer video game created by Etranges Libellules and published by Atari. The game is a based on an exciting comic movie of the same title. At the start of the game, the player can choose his one of many characters to start the game. The story of the game rotates around the two character named as Obelix and Asterix whose aim is playing the verity of Olympic games in order to marry with Irina Princess. The gameplay of the game consists of the series of the levels, and all the level offer more complex gameplay of the previous one. It offers a verity of Olympic Games such as long jump, running, boxing, javelin, and hammer throw, etc. The player must win each one to complete his game objective. It also offers the multiplayer mode in which both players can play against each other. Different background theme, easy control, real-time gameplay, and upgrades these are the core feature of the game. With immersive and quite stunning gameplay, fantastic game mechanics and beautiful graphics details. Asterix at the Olympic Games is an excellent Olympic video game to play and enjoy.

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