Summary: A solid satisfying sports simulation that continuous to improve each Olympic year. The introduction of campaign mood is not worth your time, although I found the game really shins in its athletics events.
Summary: This game is f*cking awful, it seems this game promotes guns, because the only somewhat playable events are, the shooting events, some how Eurocom manages to bring out another pile of wich claims to be the next big sports game.
Summary: i really love sports games but this has to be the most frustrating out of the lot and i have to agree with shayneG that you will destroy a controller playing this game. you will give this game five mins and never return to it, its that bad. thankfully i only paid Â£3 for it
Summary: First of all let me state that this game is actually quite enjoyable for the first few days of play. However after you realise you are merely smashing a button as fast as you can to win each race or comp the idea that seemed so great suddenly seems incredibly bad and boring.
Summary: Possibly the worst game I have ever played. You basically have to wreck your controller in order to get anywhere in the events. For example, I spent 5 minutes spinning the right thumbstick of my controller as fast as I could for one of the cycling events only to come last.
Summary: It's a very nice game to play whit multiple players. There are lots of games you can shoose from. On the pc version you see excactly the same as an xbox360 player; use B to... , Use A to.. . It's very sad. And in the control menu there isn't even the meaning of LT and RT.
Summary: Craptacular. To start with you must have a XBox360 for windows controller to even play the game on PC. I gave it one point because some of the games are OK, and Im thinking swimming and target based sports (but they very quickly lose their appeal through repetition), but any of the track and field...