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Mario Sports Mix

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Mario Sports Mix

Developers: Nintendo, Square Enix
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Wii
Released in JP: November 25, 2010
Released in US: February 7, 2011
Released in EU: January 28, 2011
Released in AU: January 27, 2011
Released in TW: November 25, 2010


AnimationsIcon.png This game has unused animations.
EnemyIcon.png This game has unused enemies.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Mario Sports Mix is a game about playing real sports games instead of video games, in a video game.

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English Translation Differences
The US and European translators can't seem to agree with each other.

Regional Differences

Because of the difference between British English and American English, the English translation for the PAL versions of the game is slightly different from the North American version. For example, The All-around type is called All-rounder in the PAL version of the game.

Depending on the sport and when the team scores or when the match ends, a different message will appear on the screen depending on the version (Example: Game Set! (Japan) / Good Game! (North America)).

Unused Stage Intro THPs

In the game's /movie/ folder there are THP video files with the suffix '_c'. They contain intro camera videos for old versions of the stages and are unused in the final game (with the game rendering them in real time).

Internal Project Name

It appears that the game was called Mario Sports Wii during development. This is indicated by some unused textures, some internal strings and file names such as MSW.sel.

Debug Symbols

The file Module\Final\MSW.sel appears to contain function names for the dol. The file is loaded in the game on boot but seems to go unused after that point.