Reviews and Problems with London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
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Very Poorly Made
26 August 2012
Summary: The Olympics game this year has good sides and extremely annoying, terribly made other games. The field, track, diving, and swimming events are done well, but games, including rowing and volleyball, make me want to break the disk in half. The rowing game has a poorly made course, and 2 times I got stuck in a corner for minutes. In the volleyball, the AI and other aspects are disgustingly crappy.
Summary: I bought this game last night and went on it this morning, with in about 2 hours the game was completed and not much else to do, you can practice at certain events but other than that that is all the game has to offer, I'm very disappointed as I thought it was much longer and more to do than what is given.
Summary: ok game in single player a lot better in multilayer especially in kinect mode, would buy for single player use the Beijing game is better for that but overall a very average game and will get easily bored in single player mode.
Summary: In comparison to Beijing 2008, the game is relatively similar in graphics but it seems to be a lot less confusing in general. It is very simplified and not very challenging for any average gamer. But this game is designed with the target audience being specifically for children from ages 3-11. I would suggest to play this game with Kinect as playing with a controller can get rather tedious. Another suggestion, don't buy this game if you are an achievement hunter.
Summary: Has not got all the Sports that you get in the London Olympics 2012 and does not have ALL the nations! WHY! Archery Individual Team Aquatics 3m Springboard Diving 3m Synchronised Springboard Diving[N 1] 10m Platform Diving 10m Synchronised Platform Diving[N 1] Swimming - 50m Freestyle Swimming - 100m Backstroke Swimming - 100m Breaststroke Swimming - 100m Butterfly Swimming - 100m Freestyle Gymnastics Trampoline (men only)[N 1] Vault Shooting 25m Rapid Fire Pistol (men...