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Run, Jump and Throw your way through the Rio 2016 Olympic Games!

— Tagline

Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (マリオ&ソニック AT リオオリンピック Mario & Sonikku AT Rio Orinpikku?, lit. "Mario & Sonic AT Rio Olympics") is the fifth installment of the Mario & Sonic series for the Wii U, along with the Nintendo 3DS version. The game was first announced on the Japanese Nintendo Direct on 31 May 2015.[5][6]

Unlike previous games, this game was officially licensed by the International Olympic Committee for the 31st Summer Olympic Games and taking place in the host city Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.[7] Both versions of the game were released in 2016.[8][9]

An arcade version of the game was announced by Sega on 16 July 2015, which was later released in 2016.[10]


Playable Characters[]

There are a total of 35 playable characters in this game. All 21 characters from previous games return in this game while 14 new characters (13 of which were in the Nintendo 3DS version) are added. In this game, characters who were playable in older installments are playable in all events, while newcomers (known as "Guests" in this game) are exclusive to one event each. Guests must first be unlocked by beating them in their event after completing a tournament.

Team Sonic[]

Icon Character Flag Profile
Sonic icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Sonic the Hedgehog Mario Sonic Rio Sonic Flag A blue hedgehog with a penchant for high speed, Sonic is a free spirit with a love for adventure. He despises anything that is unfair and will get into trouble to help anyone in need. For Sonic, saving the world is just another thrilling episode in his life. He's currently hoping to turn his innate speed into some quick gold.
Tails icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Miles "Tails" Prower Mario Sonic Rio Tails Flag Sonic's best friend and trusty sidekick, Tails can use his two tails to fly, allowing him to lend Sonic a helping hand with hard-to-reach places. Tails is also somewhat of a technical genius, applying his mechanical expertise to invent all sorts of vehicles and other robotic contraptions. Undaunted by Sonic's speed, he's determined to use his wits to propel himself to a gold medal.
Amy icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Amy Rose Mario Sonic Rio Amy Flag An over-enthusiastic, but good-natured hedgehog girl with a preference for cute things, sweets, and shopping. Amy's constantly trying to close the gap between her and Sonic, but the Blue Blur is one tough guy to catch. She hopes to spend the Olympic Games enjoying the sights of Rio, and is looking to bring home a gold medal as a souvenir.
Knuckles icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Knuckles the Echidna Mario Sonic Rio Knuckles Flag A red echidna that boasts some serious muscle, Knuckles is what one might call "best frenemies" with Sonic. He's a capable treasure hunter, but his straightforward and trusting nature gets him mixed up with less-scrupulous characters on occasion. He's eager to test his formidable agility and prodigious strength to the fullest in the Olympic Games.
Blaze icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Blaze the Cat Mario Sonic Rio Blaze Icon A noble princess from another dimension who is also guardian of the Sol Emeralds. Blaze has a kind heart, and always stands up for those who can't stand up for themselves. In addition to being athletic, she also has the power to control flames. After a bit of time away, she's once more crossed over from her dimension in order to rekindle old friendships and test her skills in the Olympic Games.
Shadow icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Shadow the Hedgehog Mario Sonic Rio Shadow Flag A black-and-red hedgehog who bears a striking resemblance to Sonic. While Shadow may seem like Sonic's rival, he personally hates for the two of them to be seen together. A stoic perfectionist, Shadow has a great deal of pride in his own exceptional abilities. He hopes the Olympic Games will provide him the ultimate competition - one he has no intention of losing.
Silver icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Silver the Hedgehog Mario Sonic Rio Silver Flag This silver hedgehog from the future has a complicated past with Sonic, but has been known to go on world-saving adventures with him. Silver can use his telekinetic powers to move objects or even levitate himself. He has a rather straightforward mindset, loves world peace and blue skies. The true and fair spirit of competition cultivated by the Olympic Games is what drew Silver back from the future.
Dr. Eggman icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Dr. Eggman Mario Sonic Rio Eggman Flag This evil scientific genius needs no introduction. Dr. Eggman is constantly plotting to fulfill his hopes and ambitions of conquering the world and rebuilding it into his ideal "Eggmanland", but Sonic always manages to stop him. His current madcap scheme is to sweep the medal race, then hijack the competition and turn the Olympic Games into his own Eggman-sponsored affair.
Metal Sonic icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Metal Sonic Mario Sonic Rio Metal Sonic Flag This high-performance combat robot was built by Dr. Eggman for the sole purpose of defeating Sonic the Hedgehog. Metal Sonic's metallic frame resembles Sonic, as does his speed, power, and endurance. Like Sonic, Metal Sonic plans to put his exceptional speed to the test at the Olympic Games.
Mario Sonic Rio Vector Icon Vector the Crocodile Mario Sonic Rio Vector Flag This crafty croc leads the Chaotix Detective Agency. Vector may speak in a rough tone and he may not sweat the details, but uses his powers of deduction to solve any case with dignity and respect. Vector is a true leader with dreams of becoming rich, but is perpetually broke since he often takes jobs that help people but don't pay. There's a strong possibility he'll be competing in the Olympic Games on an empty stomach.
Icon Character Flag Playable Event(s) Profile
Espio icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Espio the Chameleon Mario Sonic Rio Espio Flag Triple jump This straight-laced detective is the voice of reason in the Chaotix Detective Agency, but his reserved demeanor hides a burning sense of justice and a refusal to let evil have its way. Trained as a ninja, this chameleon is a master of throwing kunai, and can vanish using his Leaf Swirl technique. For Espio, these Olympic Games are merely a step along the path to perfecting his art.
Jet icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Jet the Hawk Mario Sonic Rio Jet Flag Football
Duel Football
Jet is the leader of the Babylon Rogues, and Sonic's rival when it comes to "Extreme Gear" racing. His mastery of the board is so impressive, he's earned himself the name of "Legendary Wind Master". When he's not seeking treasure, he's looking for new speed challenges. The pace and technical skill required in ball sports caught his eye, and he intends to add a few Olympic medals to his collection.
Wave icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Wave the Swallow Mario Sonic Rio Wave Flag BMX A member of the Babylon Rogues, Wave serves as the team's mechanic as well as strategist. She can't abide anyone she considers less intelligent than herself - which in her mind is pretty much everyone else. Nevertheless, she still admires Jet and serves as his faithful follower. She seems especially fond of Olympic events that involve riding on things.
Rouge icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Rouge the Bat Mario Sonic Rio Rouge Flag Beach Volleyball
Duel Beach Volleyball
A sultry bat with an air of mystery who specializes in jewels, Rouge is a brave and seasoned spy who boasts excellent footwork in a fight. Although a treasure hunter by nature, her love for gems can sometimes cause her thieving tendencies to take over. Perhaps she entered the competition in order to get her hands on a shiny and sate her lust for glitter.
Sticks icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Sticks the Badger Mario Sonic Rio Sticks Flag Archery A free-spirited badger who lives on the outskirts of the jungle. Sticks is a bit wild due to her woodland upbringing, but she's a talented hunter who can take down any prey with her trusty boomerang. She's also obsessed with things that glitter, and so has come to Rio after hearing she might be able to win a shiny medal.
Zavok icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Zavok Mario Sonic Rio Zavok Flag Boxing Zavok is the strongest of the sinister Zeti and the leader of the Deadly Six. As the last disciple of Master Zik, he's a certified force to be reckoned with. Along with his formidable physical prowess, a calm demeanor and penchant for quick-thinking makes him well-suited to leadership. His greatest joy is in improving his skills, which makes the straight-forward competitive nature of the Olympic Games quite appealing.
Zazz icon (Mario & Sonic 2016) Zazz Mario Sonic Rio Zazz Flag Table Tennis The wild and crazy member of Dr. Eggman's Deadly Six, Zazz is every bit the metalhead he looks like and his unruly and unpredictable personality makes him destructive even by Deadly Six standards. He hates boredom above all else, and will fly into a rage when held back from a fight. His competitive style is a bit more chaotic than is usually seen in the Olympic Games.

Team Mario[]

Icon Character Flag Profile
Mario Sonic Rio Mario Icon Mario Mario Sonic Ro Mario Flag This cheerful hero is known for his red cap and mustache. He's incredibly athletic, and excels at nearly any sport he tries. He and his brother Luigi are currently competing to see who can win the most Olympic medals.
Mario Sonic Rio Luigi Icon Luigi Mario Sonic Rio Luigi Flag This green-capped Mario brother is easily scared, but a kind person at heart. Although he often finds himself overshadowed by his older brother, he's actually quite skillful himself. He's come to Rio with the goal of winning more Olympic medals than Mario, who always seems to hog all the attention.
Mario Sonic Rio Peach Icon Princess Peach Mario Sonic Rio Peach Flag The princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. She's come to the Olympic Games with a bevy of Toads by her side, and is driven to put on a brilliant performance in the name of all the Toads back home who couldn't attend.
Mario Sonic Rio Yoshi Icon Yoshi Mario Sonic Rio Yoshi Flag This voracious friend of the Mario brothers hails from Yoshi's Island. He uses his long tongue to eat just about anything, but is especially fond of melons and other fruits. He's attending these Olympic Games with a host of colorful friends at his side.
Mario Sonic Rio Daisy Icon Princess Daisy Mario Sonic Rio Daisy Flag The peppy princess from Sarasaland is having a blast at the Olympic Games! In her downtime, she plans to chow down at fine restaurants and maybe get a little shopping in with Peach.
Mario Sonic Rio Wario Icon Wario Mario Sonic Rio Wario Flag Money, money, money! This scoundrel has taken on all sorts of jobs in his pursuit for cash, including treasure hunter, adventurer, and even president of a game company. His latest scheme involved dominating the Olympic Games with the power of garlic, thus allowing him to hog all the valuable gold medals for himself.
Mario Sonic Rio Waluigi Icon
Mario Sonic Rio Waluigi Flag
This oddball sports a hat with an upside-down L on the front. Although his distinctively scrawny physique leaves him without much power, he makes up for it with flexibility and athleticism. Despite his seemingly lackadaisical attitude, he actually trains quite hard behind the scenes.
Mario Sonic Rio Bowser Icon Bowser Mario Sonic Rio Bowser Flag The vicious and egoistical King of the Koopas! He's come to these Olympic Games with a host of seasoned minions in tow, and ordered them to win gold on penalty of fire breath - even though he plans to keep all of them for himself. It's just what any good villain would do.
Mario Sonic Rio Bowser Jr Icon Bowser Jr. Mario Sonic Rio Bowser Jr Flag Bowser's prankster of a son. Since Dad spoiled him rotten, he now expects to get his way. Despite his selfishness, he still holds Father in high regard, and wants nothing more than to impress him.
Mario Sonic Rio Donkey Kong Icon Donkey Kong Mario Sonic Rio Donkey Kong Flag Although this mild-mannered king of the jungle isn't the brightest banana in the bunch, he boasts exceptional strength with which he hopes to dominate the Olympic Games. Since DK and his friends normally live in the jungle, these Olympic Games are perfect for his training regimen.
Icon Character Flag Playable Event(s) Profile
Mario Sonic Rio Toad Icon Toad Mario Sonic Rio Toad Flag 4x100m Relay One of the many Mushroom Kingdom Toads who serve Peach. Many of his fellow Toads are involved with running the Olympic Games, while others are participating in the actual events.
Mario Sonic Rio Rosalina Icon Rosalina Mario Sonic Rio Rosalina Flag Gymnastics A mysterious woman who travels aboard the Comet Observatory starship. She's taller than Peach and Daisy, and has an air of mystique about her. Having seen past Olympic Games from her observatory, she's finally decided to come enjoy the fun in person.
Mario Sonic Rio Dry Bowser Icon Dry Bowser Mario Sonic Rio Dry Bowser Flag Javelin Throw Bowser's skeletal form. This bony transformation grants him the agility of lightweight competitors while maintaining his heavyweight power. Only those who've boned up on their skill set can hope to pull off such a humorous technique.
Mario Sonic Rio Larry Icon Larry Mario Sonic Rio Larry Flag Equestrian One of Bowser's seven Koopaling henchmen. His unique ruffled mohawk and blue head star give him a flashy appearance. In the Olympic Games, he performs acrobatic movements on horseback to thrill the crowd!
Mario Sonic Rio Wendy Icon Wendy Mario Sonic Rio Wendy Flag 100m Freestyle Swimming This lone girl among the seven Koopalings has a bullish attitude and always seems angry. She's also very style-conscious - wearing a necklace, bracelets and high heels. Because of her personality, her only focus now is on winning the Olympic Games.
Mario Sonic Rio Nabbit Icon Nabbit Mario Sonic Rio Nabbit Flag 100m This mysterious creature carries a large sack over its shoulder, and also conducts research about Mario from a base on Secret Island. He's surprisingly fast despite the hefty sack, and hopes to use that speed to full effect in the Olympic Games.
Mario Sonic Rio Diddy Kong Icon Diddy Kong Mario Sonic Rio Diddy Kong Flag Rugby Sevens
Duel Rugby Sevens
Although this simian lacks the brute strength of his buddy Donkey Kong, he makes up for it with keen agility and technique. This skill set makes him particularly well-suited for dodging tackles in rugby sevens.


Additional characters[]

Copacabana Beach[]

Supporting characters[]

  • Boom Boom (Rugby Sevens teammates)
  • Birdo (Football goalie)
  • Egg Pawn (Rugby Sevens teammates and Football goalie)




There are a total of 14 events and 3 Duel events in the Wii U version of Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Three events also have another form known as "Duel Events", which contain elements from the Mario and Sonic series, replacing the Dream Events from previous installments.

  • Football
    • Duel Football
  • Rugby Sevens
    • Duel Rugby Sevens
  • Beach Volleyball
    • Duel Beach Volleyball
  • BMX
  • 100m
  • Triple Jump
  • 100m Freestyle
  • Boxing
  • Equestrian
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics
    • Songs:
      • "From the New World - Antonín Dvořák, Symphony No. 9"
      • "Vento brasileiro"
      • "Super Bell Hill" (Remix) - Super Mario 3D World
      • "Reach for the Stars" (Arrangement) - Sonic Colors
  • 4x100m Relay
  • Javelin Throw
  • Archery
  • Table Tennis


The game was officially revealed during a Nintendo Direct on 31 May 2015,[6][11] showcasing two new game modes, Golf and Rugby along with twenty new characters, ten from the Mario series, ten from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. The game supports amiibo functionality.[12]


Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
Metacritic 65%[13]
Review scores
Publication Score
Digitally Downloaded 4/5 starsStar fullStar fullStar fullStar empty[14]
ImpulseGamer 4.3/5[15]

Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games received a score of 65% on review aggregator website Metacritic.[13] ImpulseGamer praised the graphics and audio that were carried from the previous installments, but criticized the controls.[15] Forbes, however, did not see it as a title that can take the place of the previous Mario & Sonic titles, though still enjoyable for friends and family.[16] Other reviewers, such as Digitally Downloaded and Atomix, praised the how the game's overall sports are presented while critisizing the lack of depth in gameplay and the new Olympic festival.[14][17] Overall, the lack of challenges and depth of its large contents, with the absence of motion controls in some events, led to less than great reception. Some also felt it was repetitive and betrayed the Mario & Sonic fans.[18][19]



Role Voice actor
English Japanese French Italian German Spanish Dutch
Announcer Tiago Augusto Souza Barreiro (male) Olivier Deslandes Angelo Cola Steffan Boje Fabio Tassone Lars Oostven
Ana Carolina Souza Barreiro (female)

Sonic characters[]

Role Voice actor
English Japanese French Italian German Spanish
Sonic the Hedgehog Roger Craig Smith Jun'ichi Kanemaru Alexandre Gillet Renato Novara Marc Stachel Jonatán López
Miles "Tails" Prower Colleen O'Shaughnessey Ryō Hirohashi Marie-Eugénie Maréchal Benedetta Ponticelli Anke Kortemeier Graciela Molina
Knuckles the Echidna Travis Willingham Nobutoshi Canna Sébastien Desjours Maurizio Merluzzo Claus-Peter Damitz Sergio Mesa
Amy Rose Cindy Robinson Taeko Kawata Naïké Fauveau Serena Clerici Shandra Schadt Meritxell Ribera
Dr. Eggman Mike Pollock Kotaro Nakamura Marc Bretonnière Aldo Stella Hartmut Neugebauer Francesc Belda
Shadow the Hedgehog Kirk Thornton Kōji Yusa Benoît DuPac Claudio Moneta Klaus Lochthove Manuel Gimeno
Silver the Hedgehog Quinton Flynn Daisuke Ono Hervé Grull Davide Albano Roland Wolf Ángel de Gracia
Blaze the Cat Laura Bailey Nao Takamori Delphine Braillon Tania De Domenico Greta Galisch Carmen Ambrós
Vector the Crocodile Keith Silverstein Kenta Miyake Philippe Roullier Diego Sabre Andi Krösing Alfonso Vallés
Sticks the Badger Nika Futterman Aoi Yūki Claire Morin Anna Mazza Nicole Hannak Carmen Ambrós
Espio the Chameleon Matthew Mercer Yūki Masuda Antoine Nouel Silvio Pandolfi Andreas Hofer Dani Albiac
Rouge the Bat Karen Strassman Rumi Ochiai Marie Lenoir Jasmine Laurenti Marianne Graffam Ana Vidal
Wave the Swallow Kate Higgins Chie Nakamura Anouck Hautbois Deborah Morese Jennifer Weiß Laura Prats
Jet the Hawk Michael Yurchak Daisuke Kishio Benjamin Bollen Andrea De Nisco Roland Wolf Sergio Mesa
Zavok Travis Willingham Jōji Nakata Benoît Allemane Gianni Gaude Klaus Lochthove Miguel Ángel Jenner
Zazz Liam O'Brien Yutaka Aoyama Gilbert Levy Diego Sabre Gerold Ströher Rafael Parra
Cream the Rabbit Michelle Ruff Sayaka Aoki Marie Millet Sabrina Bonfitto Nicole Hannak Geni Rey
Charmy Bee Colleen O'Shaughnessey Yōko Teppōzuka Emanuela Pacotto Luisa Wietzorek Graciela Molina
Orbot Kirk Thornton Mitsuo Iwata Tony Marot Massimo Di Benedetto Romanus Fuhrmann Albert Vilcan
Cubot Wally Wingert Wataru Takagi Benjamin Pascal Luca Sandri Matthias Horn Xadi Mouslemeni Mateu
Omochao Laura Bailey Etsuko Kozakura
Big the Cat Kyle Hebert Takashi Nagasako

Mario characters[]

Role Voice actor
Mario Charles Martinet
Peach Samantha Kelly
Princess Daisy Deanna Mustard
Rosalina Laura Faye Smith
Yoshi Kazumi Totaka
Donkey Kong Takashi Nagasako
Diddy Kong Katsumi Suzuki
Bowser Kenny James
Dry Bowser
Bowser Jr. Caety Sagoian
Larry Koopa Michelle Hippe
Wendy O. Koopa Ashley Flannegan
Nabbit Natsuko Yokoyama
Boom Boom Sho Murata
Lakitu Tadd Morgan
Pianta Scott Burns
Shy Guy Nate Bihldorff


  • This is the first game in the Mario & Sonic series to have:
    • New characters since Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games.
    • New female characters.
    • Different character rosters between each version, with Omega, Eggman Nega, Cream, Dry Bones, Ludwig, Roy, and Birdo being exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS version, and Toad being exclusive to the Wii U version.
    • The handheld version having more playable characters than the console version. The Wii versions of the first three games had more characters due to the presence of the Miis.
    • The home console version of the game be released on the year of the Olympics, rather than the year before it.
    • The handheld version of an Olympic Games title to be released before the home console version.
    • Sonic speak with text-based dialog as opposed to being mute like Mario.
  • This is the first game where:
    • Wave the Swallow is playable outside of the Sonic Riders series, as well as the first time that Jet and Wave appear without Storm the Albatross.
    • Vector the Crocodile and Espio the Chameleon appear as playable characters, despite that Charmy Bee has not become playable.
    • Zavok, and Zazz are playable, as opposed to being only being boss characters in previous games.
      • This also applies to both Boom Boom for the Mario series, though he is only a side character for Rugby Sevens.
    • Rouge the Bat has appeared on the box art of a game since Sonic Rivals 2.
    • Matthew Mercer voices Espio.
    • Kotaro Nakamura voices Dr. Eggman in Japanese, following the death of his previous voice actor, Chikao Ōtsuka, in early 2015.
  • Before being playable in this game, Rouge the Bat, Jet the Hawk, and Dry Bowser appeared in the previous installments (except for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games) as rival characters while Toad and Espio appeared as referees.
    • However, Toad is still a referee in the Nintendo 3DS version.
    • Interestingly, Toad, Jet, Rouge, and Espio were supposed to appear as playable characters in the first installment but were cut for unknown reasons.
  • The Japanese version of the arcade game uses Aime cards to record progresses in the game.
  • This is the first game in the Mario & Sonic series, as well as outside of the Sonic Boom series that Colleen O'Shaughnessey voices Tails.
  • This is the first modern Sonic game where Sticks the Badger appears outside of the Sonic Boom series, though this is her second appearance outside of the series in general after Sonic Runners.
  • This is the final game to feature Laura Bailey as the voice of Blaze.
  • In Japan, this game was released on the 25th anniversary of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, as it was released on the same day the original Sonic the Hedgehog was released.
  • In the Arcade Edition's title screen, there are four characters running: Mario, Sonic, Tails and Luigi. They can be moved to the other side of the screen by running. They also jump when player jumps.
  • This was the final Sonic-related game released on the Wii U.
    • Excluding the Super Smash Bros. series, this game and the 3DS version are currently the only Sonic-related games to feature Amiibo support.
  • Oddly, most of the non-Japanese voice actors for the Sonic characters are not listed in the credits for unknown reasons. The game only credits voice actors that voice a guest in the game (as well as Colleen O'Shaughnessey as Tails and Charmy in the English credits).
    • Another oddity is that Chie Nakamura, the Japanese voice actress for Wave, is not listed in the Japanese credits for this game, despite being credited in the Nintendo 3DS version.
  • In the Wii U version, the award ceremony for the 4-man team events (4x100m Relay, Rugby Sevens, and Football) does not show the characters doing their victory animations (except for pair animations if applicable). Because of that, Toad, Diddy Kong, and Jet's Gold Medal and Silver/Bronze Medal animations cannot be seen in-game.



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