Reviews and Problems with London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
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So disappointed! It took 3 hours to download the game ...
29 December 2015
Summary: So disappointed ! It took 3 hours to download the game from Steam. I have two gamepads that works perfect with other games NOT with this one. Don't bother playing with the keyboard as is nearly impossible . Wasted time and money and most of all very sad daughter .
Summary: Guys, There is a lot fun to be had here - realistic visuals and good gameplay. The games vary in difficulty, shooting and some of the field games pretty straight forward. Swimming and diving less so. Overall, a game that has transfered well from the console to PC. Only real grip....
Summary: First of all, the graphical quality and attention to detail expressed here is very high throughout. Each venue is replicated in exquisite detail, along with tenderly created athletes and supporters. So far, so good.
Summary: A word of warning, this game requires a steam account and an internet connection to play game. Also, there is no option to change the keyboard key binds. The game recommends using a XBOX game pad to get the best out of the gameplay, only once you have installed the game. Very disappointing.
Summary: I HAVE BEEN A LONG TIME FAN OF SEGA,I WAS DISAPPOINTED TO SEE WHAT I THINK IS A POOR SELECTION OF EVENTS,AND THE VIDEOS WERE NOT VERY CLEAR.I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SEEN EQUESTRIAN,BOXING AND ROWING EVENTS INCLUDED.THE PRICE IS VERY REASONABLE,WHICH MAY MAKE SOME PEOPLE WONDER.
Summary: This game really could have been great. It suggests that it should be played with a Windows 360 controller but I don't have this gamepad and I don't especially plan on buying one anytime soon.
Summary: A fun game that works with four Xbox 360 controllers on Windows with ease, however... We could not get it work with just basic mouse and keyboard at all. Rubbish. Does not support resolutions higher than 1920x1080 (1080p). Rubbish.
Summary: A lot of people complain that this requires a steam account. Personally, I don't have an issue with using steam. It is actually easier for me as it means I don't have to hunt around for the DVD every time I want to play the game.