London 2012 - The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games Review
7 September 2012
Excerpt: London 2012 is pretty good for an Olympics brand extension video game . As unfair as it sounds to qualify any compliment I may be about to bestow on SEGA's officially licensed tie-in for the London Olympics, the game's subgenre is a yardstick all prospective punters should bear in mind before they...
Excerpt: The Olympics are as always a highlight for athletes as well as for those at home, watching their TV in awe to the spectacular achievements and accompanying emotions. Those who received less sportive talents from mother nature, but do have a PC or console, hope every four years to get a beautiful...
Conclusion: As with previous Olympic titles, London 2012 is more enjoyable with a group of friends huddled around a console. There is definitely more fun to be had when you can laugh at someone as they trip over the hurdles or as they fall like a lead weight from the diving board.
London 2012: The Official Video Game Xbox 360 Review
29 July 2012
Excerpt: Most people know what to expect from a game based on the Olympics. The sport has been covered throughout the console generations, with high points like Konami’s Track and Field series and low points that often include budget games ( Summer Athletics …) that don’t even try to give a good...
Excerpt: Though unlikely to enjoy similar sustained levels of success, a total of 46 events spanning more than a dozen disciplines - not to mention motion controls for the Xbox 360 and PS3 - means that there's plenty to admire about Sega's latest effort.
London 2012 - The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
26 July 2014
Summary: Una variedad olímpica de minijuegos que podrás experimentar con Kinect
Pros: Excelente narración de los comentaristas. Extensa variedad de eventos olímpicos. Posibilidad de jugar algunos deportes con Kinect. La dificultad alta ofrece buen nivel de reto.
Cons: No están presentes los verdaderos participantes de los Juegos Olímpicos. Una vez que experimentas todas las actividades, se vuelve repetitivo. Los juegos de tenis de mesa y voleibol son lentos y aburridos.