But I can't see it happening. The Mario and Sonic releases are sold on their cast of decades-long-known anthropomorphic avatars rather than their selection of events, and with fencing, table tennis and hammer throwing hardly rivaling the NFL for viewing figures, converting these sports into intuitive interactive games is something I think we'll now see an end to, outside of Nintendo's blessedly blinkered commitment to the cause (no doubt in some way informed by the company's continuing dedication to improving its players' \"quality of life\"). I could be wrong. I hope so, because it must be massively motivating for any young athlete to see someone they look up to staring back at them from a video game. But with Sega stalling and Mario dominant, I suspect that's it, game over, for another crack at Olympic Gold.
At Olympique Marseille, doping also took place according to Marcel Desailly, Jean-Jaques Eydelie, Chris Waddle and Tony Cascarino. They told about stimulants taken prior to their big games, which made them more energetic and keen. According to Eydelie, \"all (of them) took a series of injections\" in the Champions League Final 1993, except Rudi Völler. All this was no surprise for Arsene Wenger, who said everyone in France assumed something like that going on. Additionally, Desailly and Cascarino claimed that Bernard Tapie, the president himself, distributed pills and injections. Author Mondenard also mentioned \"injections for everyone\". Tapie only admitted that some players took Captagon. 1e1e36bf2d