Summary: I Feel As Though The Next Game Should Like Like All The Relays That Take Place In The Olympics. And I Also Think People Should Have The Chance To Place As Star Athletes also You Guys Should Have Better Uniforms And So Forth as A Sprinter Myself I Want To Play With Athletes Such As Usain Bolt Or Justin Gatlin And Even Tyson Gay So For The 2016 Olympics Can The Game Makers Make it More Fun To Play.
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 game copies what we want it to do.
Summary: Can't fault the suppliers of the game, was very quick service! Unfortunately my 3 star rating Is down to the game, there is not much to play on the kinect, it's a lot effort to get things going.. Personally there are better games out there in my opinion!
Summary: How has this not been reviewed yet? The game version of the biggest sporting event seen on our shores since the 1996 Euro's! I've only dipped in and out of this game, and mainly the multiplayer, but I'll have a bash at reviewing it anyway. The development of the London: 2012 game was taken on by Sega in 2011. As they have good form in this arena (framework already in place for Sonic Olympics etc), many expected good things. They didn't really get them sadly.
Pros: Good fun, especially multiplayer!
Cons: Longevity - there is little incentive to come back to the single player game.