London 2012 Olympics
I can't help but love the background music, the commentator, the easiness of gameplay, and the fun I have with my friends in Party mode... the only think I see it is lacking is the option to change the camera angle on replay, besides that... thank you SEGA!
This game has so many awesome events, and the most amazing graphics I've ever seen. This is one of the best sports games I have ever played. It could use a few more events, though, like maybe badminton or wrestling, or the uneven bars.
Best Olympic Game EVER!
I only put the game down so i could write this review; this game is great! As someone who owns every Olympic video game since 1992, I can tell you, this one is the best. the tutorials are easy to understand and the controls are very easy to get the hang of. A wonderful multi-player game to play with friends and compete against each other!
best olympics game yet
This is a wonderful game all around. The controls are easy and the gameplay is great. The graphics blew me away and made me love this game. The sound is a little rusty but good. You will still like this game after a month or two because it has over online mode over 40 events and a great challenge mode. This game also uses the move controller very well. All and all this is a very good game.
Excellent Game For It's Type
I really didn't know what to expect with this game when I bought it. My local Game Stop only ordered 1 copy of this game for 360 and PS3.
There a several different games to play. Each game has an in game tutorial that lets you learn quickly. Most of the games are easy but fun, especially when you have a friend to compete against. If you like to compete against friends in mini-game style game play, this game is perfect.
The game is wii sports like (or track and field like for you old school gamers), only better graphics, more games, and slightly more in-depth.
I'm impressed for now
Simply put, this is the best looking olympic video game i have ever seen. I really hope this lives up to the hype that Sega is giving it though. The events they have added have definitely upped the attraction level for this game but this could very well be a game that I put down right away if the gameplay is rigid and awful. I think that this has potential to beat Sega's other series "Mario and Sonic at the Olympic games" if new career modes are placed in the game. I hope this game is as good as it looks because Im kinda of tired of cartoonish olympic events...I want a real simulator!