Summary: As a big Olympic Games fanatic, I love these kind of button bashing games as they are (usually) painless fun thatyou can pick up and have a laugh with for just a few minutes. The main problem with Salt Lake is that it really does only take a few minutes to see the entire game.
Summary: This game is superb. Even if you don't like simulation games this one will keep you hooked with the exciting and very different events. The graphics are amazing, and when your skier falls over you can almost taste the snow.
Summary: Overall I liked this game, it's fun. OK so it's not exactly overflowing with events (but there are 6 good events rather than the usual 1 or 2 good events and a bunch of rubbish ones you'll never play again) but if you like realism in your games then Salt Lake 2002 is THE only winter sports game your...
Summary: Brilliant grapics, superb fun in multiplayer and not too shabby in singleplayer, this is without doubt the best olympics title to date. From the moment it opens on the frontend you know you're in for something special, and the excellent in-game graphics and jaw-dropping landscapes support this view.
Summary: I bought this title after a lot of hassle from my eldest child who is 11. He is madly into all sports and sports games. After a few trys, the whole family have been playing with other titles gathering dust.
Summary: I am definately underwhelmed by this title, it is yet another case of a licence leading to a very poor game. The gameplay is simple and unrewarding, the commentary fails to sit with the action, the options available are limited and the overall presentation is poor (fixed replay with no options for...
Summary: For those of you who are real fans of winter sports, then you will probably buy this game anyway and enjoy it. For those of you who are general gamesters then there is value to be had here, but you might need to bear in mind what the game is about before you buy it.