Summary: This game is actually quite enjoyable, despite the bad reviews on a number of websites. It's very good in multiplayer, and the graphics are neat and tidy too. The gameplay is less 'button bashing' than other Olympic titles, like Athens 2004, and the choice of events is good.
Summary: Like many games in this genre it's good for when you have a few mates over. I mean it's not a great game and is no Internation Track and Field however it is good for those nights when you have mates over. You can see who gets the fastest time etc.
Summary: Decent game. Less button mashing than Athens 04 which is good. However, there is still to much button mashing for my liking and this would need to be gotten rid of for me to give it a 4 star rating. Overall a decent game though.
Summary: I bought this for my son who thinks the graphics are very good but cant quite go as far as excellent. He says it's simple to use and understand and good value for money. He would recommend it to anyone who likes winter sports. He'll give it an ice-cool 7/10
Summary: There are not many good things to say about this game; infact the only passable thing at all is the graphics. The 15 events that are supposedly represented in this game can actually be brought down to about half that if you consider all the events that are amazingly similar to each other.
Summary: olympic video games have been going for some time now and i thought by now with the paralympics growing in popularity that it would be included in this game and it hase not this game will be the same as usuel realy rubbish hard to controle and does not include any paralympic disaplins.
Summary: Caught up in the Olympics as I was, I bought this only to wish I'd read the reviews first. The graphics are good but the commentary is repetitive and annoying. The other competitors are just called "computer 2", "computer 3" etc and have no real personality.