Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Winter Olympic Games (Vancouver 2010), SEGA will capture what makes the Olympic Games special by absorbing the adrenaline rush and the athletic drama of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games into a videogame. Vancouver 2010 will feature uncanny realism with fully rendered models of the actual Olympic arenas where competitions take place as well as the surrounding cityscape of Vancouver Canada. Players will strive for national pride as over 20 countries are represented in Vancouver 2010 with 14 different sporting events to participate in. Players will also have the ability to compete against others online and compare scores on online leader boards; truly capturing the international competitive spirit of the Winter Olympic Games.
Americans love the Olympics. In fact, as evidenced by Beijing in 2008, most of the modern world fills with national pride when the Olympics come around. The games are great at making millions of people feel like a part of something bigger, even if each and every one of us has an ulterior motive for watching. Some people enjoy cheering on the best of the best in their given sport, while others will watch with a secret urge to see a competitor crash and careen down the mountainside. Your mother might favor the gracefulness of figure skating, while your father will keep strict count of how many gold medals his country has won. But, even with these additives, the overall sensation of seeing your national win gold medals is always overwhelming. Vancouver 2010 is supposed to represent all... Read Review