Reviews and Problems with London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
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Ruth Sade, Amazon
7 August 2012
Summary: nothing special really, but I nice game that the kids like to play with a verity of competitions to select from. but it is really nothing out of the orderly. I think that it is nice for children up to 12.
Summary: Its another somewhat disappointing Olympics based videogame. One in a long line of average button precision/mashing games who fails to deliver anything new or extraordinary, and just does enough to masquerade as a legit enjoyable multiplayer game.
Excerpt: London 2012 has come and gone. Leaving an empty whole in many of our lives which I decided to try and fill with the official game representing the olympics. From track and field to the velodrome this covers many of the events from the olympics.
Pros: Decent graphics, Fills that olympic void
Cons: Missing events, gets repetitive, no official athletes
Summary: A mixed review. It came quickly, which is always nice. Graphically the game looks good, the events are enjoyable and there is much to do in the game. However, the Kinect aspect of it seems a little limited and we have had no end of problems trying to get the kinect to follow our actions so that the...
Summary: I bought the XBox 360 primarily for Kinect games to try and get a bit more exercise, so I'm always on the lookout for new Kinect games. When I saw this, swept away with Olympic fever, I had high hopes for a wide range of events.
Summary: Gameplay: There are some great new events on this game, like the cycling at the velodrome and beach volleyball - each offering unique gameplay experience. The new sprinting mechanism is a nice change from the typical, and the skill-sets are varied between intense bashing and finesse, often events...