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This type of game is a lot more fun with multiple players. There is only so much pleasure you can get from improving your scores alone, and it’s the competition element that makes you want to try harder at the events. Ultimately this feels like a weaker collection than California Games, despite having two more events. Some of the challenges are just not as satisfying, and a couple are downright frustrating. If you have someone to compete with then this still comes recommended, but as a solo game there are better options available.
While the presentation is top notch, with chirpy renditions of national anthems and optional info screens offering background history on each event, the hit-to-miss ratio is still skewed too far in the wrong direction.
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|Overall MobyScore (2 votes)
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