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Vancouver 2010 (Xbox 360)

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75
Armchair Empire, The
Olympic fever has really hit a fever pitch here in Vancouver just days before the official start of the games, which is probably why I've seen so very few copies of Vancouver 2010 on store shelves. (And conversations with some managers tend to confirm that.) People want to play so it's fortunate they'll be playing a good game.
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GamingXP
„Vancouver 2010“ ist ein Sportspiel ohne Seele. Die Steuerung ist gut, aber erbarmungslos, und die Olympischen Spiele sind eben doch mehr als nur ein paar unzusammenhängende Sportarten. Mit einem Preis von 40 bis 50 Euro (je nach Plattform) nur etwas für echte Genre-Aficionados.
73
IGN
Vancouver 2010 is a fun experience for a short while that is aided slightly by challenges and online competition. If only this game had some semblance of a career mode or anything that felt slightly like the real Olympics, then perhaps SEGA would have had a real winner on its hands. As it stands Vancouver 2010 is a worthy addition to the long line of Olympic games and does a bit to advance the series in terms of gameplay.
72
Krawall Gaming Network
Einen weiteren Kritikpunkt stellt die dürftige Präsentation des Olympia-Events dar. Es gibt keine atmosphärischen Umrahmungen des Weltereignisses, auch keine Eröffnungszeremonie oder Abschlussfeier. Genauso schmerzlich vermissten wir Kommentatoren, die die Wettbewerbe mit Statements unterstreichen. Und genau diese Mängel kosten „Vancouver 2010“ ordentlich Punkte. Letzten Endes reicht es also trotz schöner Grafik und einsteigerfreundlicher Steuerung nur für eine Bronzemedaille.
70
Console Obsession
Vancouver 2010 might not be the ultimate Winter Olympics game, though it is a very commendable and highly playable effort. As a package it’s mostly impressive, although the game would have benefitted from a few more options and a better impression of actually being a part of the Winter Olympics.
70
Worth Playing
Vancouver 2010 isn't a perfect Olympic video game. There aren't too many events packed in the disc, and the events that are present feel too similar to each other. Couple that with no solid single-player campaign, and you have something that could potentially be another disastrous Olympic video game. It isn't that bad, though. The controls for the events are good, the graphics and sound are much better than expected, and the inclusion of challenges makes the game fun, something that couldn't be said for a lot of Olympic-themed video games for quite some time. As it stands, the title is a good rental, but if the developer can keep going down the path of improvement and away from the attempts made in Beijing 2008, they could have an Olympic video game worthy of ownership by the time the next one rolls around.
68
games xtreme
All in all Vancouver 2010 is a decent game as it plays well and looks good, I just can't help but feel that there could be a little more in the way of a career mode which would have filled the game out nicely and added more of a lasting appeal to what could have been a great game. Disappointingly what Sega have given us is the video game equivalent to a dinner at a 5 star restaurant; it looks great and what you get is good but it's just not filling enough. If you want a good Winter Olympics game you can get far far worse than Vancouver 2010, in fact I don't think in my opinion that there are any better. Hopefully it's a starting point that Sega will build on if they keep the Winter Olympic franchise.
65
Xbox360Achievements
This game is fun for a short while but has a real dearth of long term appeal. The events are too few and far between, and are over all too soon, not to mention that once you have mastered them there is zero impetus to go back and play them again. This is ideal rental fodder to play with some friends, but it is hardly likely to grab your attention for long.
65
spieletipps
Sega gibt sich alle Mühe, mit guter Grafik und einer gelungenen Soundkulisse das Wintersporterlebnis gut auf die Mattscheibe zu übertragen, allerdings fehlt es dem Spiel letztendlich doch an Abwechslung. Die Disziplinen spielen sich verhältnismäßig ähnlich und verlieren schnell an Reiz, da sie durch die einfache Steuerung zu schnell gemeistert sind. Darüber können auch die wenigen spannenden Sportarten oder die Minispiele nicht hinwegtäuschen. Vancouver 2010 ist deshalb nur für eingefleischte Sportfans oder Gelegenheitsspieler zu empfehlen.
65
MS Xbox World
Vancouver 2010 the video game isn't a bad game as it does capture the essence of the winter Olympics. However, a lack of variety with the events makes for a game that's not going to hold interest for too long, especially once mastered. The challenges are a welcome addition to the package, but do little, other than offer similar distraction from the main events. If you're looking to take home a slice of winter Olympic action then perhaps renting this game would be a better option - or better yet, just watch the games live on TV.
64
Extreme Gamer
SEGA’s Vancouver 2010 is not going to be climbing the podium of gaming excellent this year. There simply is not enough of a game here to make Vancouver 2010 worth revisiting multiple times. The core foundation of what they built is excellent, but after you run the events a few times, Vancouver 2010 lack of variety and depth will put this one on the shelf. It is really the limited amount of events, missing countries, and general variety in the events really puts a damper on competing, because otherwise the graphics and game mechanics get the job done. It is too bad more effort wasn’t put into this game because the Olympics simply deserve better. Vancouver 2010 is simply too stripped down to put this in the buy category, a weekend rental will be more than enough to get your fill of Olympic fever.
63
Gameswelt
Platz eins auf dem Siegespodest geht an die Grafik. Die hat mit einer wunderbaren Darstellung der Athleten, Sportstätten und Umgebungen ganze Arbeit geleistet. Auf Platz zwei hat es die Steuerung geschafft, die einfach zu erlernen ist und genauso einfach funktioniert. Auch ist dabei positiv zu vermerken, dass nur Shorttrack das für Olympia-Spiele typische Tasten-bis-zur-Erstarrung-des-Daumens-Drücken übernommen hat. Und dass Sega bei allen anderen Sportarten andere Steuerwege gefunden hat. Den dritten Platz auf dem Podest bekommt noch die Action. Denn die ist dank innovativer Ego-Perspektive für eine Simulation recht ordentlich. So gesehen gibt es am vorhandenen Material nicht viel auszusetzen. Schade ist nur, dass die Entwickler bei Sega etliche Sportarten einfach weggelassen haben und auf eine Olympia-Atmosphäre vollkommen verzichtet wurde - obwohl sie die bei Mario & Sonic kurz zuvor noch wunderbar hinbekommen haben.
62
Onlinewelten.de
Vancouver 2010 schafft es trotz zahlreicher Schriftzüge und Olympischer Ringe auf den Strecken nicht, den Sportsgeist des Events zu beschwören. Das liegt vor allem an der mangelnden Motivation, denn wirkliche Erfolgserlebnisse bleiben leider aus. Lediglich die Herausforderungen stellen einen kleinen Lichtblick dar und lockern den festgefahrenen Schnee etwas auf, immerhin lassen sich hier auch weitere Level freispielen. Auch technisch gibt es einiges zu mäkeln. So stört das übertriebene Motion-Blurring bei den Skirennen und die Möglichkeit, die Spieler zu individualisieren wäre – gerade für Online-Wettkämpfe – ein schöner Bonus gewesen.
60
eXp.de - Extreme Players
Nach RTL Winter Sport 2010 darf ich hier nun also auch das offizielle Spiel zu den Olympischen Spielen testen. Meine Erwartungen waren nicht hoch, doch etwas mehr hatte ich mir schon erhofft, denn besagter Titel aus dem Hause RTL stimmt mich schon mal positiv. Leider werde ich Vancouver in Zukunft wohl nicht mehr spielen, denn dazu bietet es zu wenig Abwechslung und auch zu wenig Atmosphäre. Hätte man an der Präsentation noch gefeilt und das Olympische Feuer auch virtuell entzündet, dann hätte es die Nase wohl leicht vorn. Leider ist das nicht geschehen und so werde ich mich auch weiterhin mit RTL Winter Sport 2010 vergnügen.
60
GameZone
While the impending arrival of the Winter Olympics is a great catalyst to promoting a video game, the interest of players will not stick around long, unfortunately. Vancouver 2010 is a vast improvement over Olympic games of years before, but still hinders from any personal connection between the players and the game. If you can’t wait for the games to begin on February 12th, then this title will undoubtedly hold you over until then, but Vancouver 2010 will not be a game that you find yourself playing for months on end.
60
GameCell UK
Developers Eurocom have done just as competent a job with this game as they did with the Beijing summer Olympics game two years ago. The problem is that although the downhill skiing is fast and great fun to play (and looks very realistic from the 1st person view), it’s unlikely any of the events will keep your interest once the real games have finished. The athletes look good and detailed without being particularly well animated, and the game’s superficial nature is typified by the lack of opponents within each event and a lack of variation in the style of the events. The unimpressive replay mode means you won’t even enjoy watching your best performances, as these are reduced to edited highlights, and even manage make the downhill skiing look slow, unexciting and graphically challenged. Some iffy difficulty settings and vague or unnatural controls also consign the game to being no more than a bargain bin or second-hand curiosity-buy for discerning gamers.
60
Eurogamer.de
Für den niedriger angesetzten Verkaufspreis von 40 (PC, 360) bis 50 Euro (PS3) lässt es sich gut mit Vancouver 2010 leben. Hier lebt die Olympiade auch außerhalb der Fernsehübertragungen auf. Etwas mehr Liebe zum Drumherum und es wäre mehr als nur eine gute Minispiel-Sammlung geworden. Eine Minispiel-Sammlung ohne Biathlon wohlgemerkt. Sicher muss ein Spielentwickler bei 86 offiziellen Wettbewerben eine Vorauswahl treffen und es beschwert sich vermutlich auch kaum jemand darüber, dass Eiskunstlaufen oder Curling nicht dabei sind, doch Biathlon gehört zu den Winterspielen wie Martin Schmitt auf die Schanze. Schade, dass es ein Nachfolger erst in vier Jahren besser machen kann. Aber dann vielleicht schon in 3D.
60
Gamereactor (Sweden)
Vancouver 2010 är klart mycket bättre än samtliga senaste OS-spel, men det finns fortfarande mycket som skulle kunna förbättras innan man har något som kan mäta sig med 80-talets klassiska sportspel som bland annat Winter Games.
59
Looki
Wie hatte ich mich nach Bejing 2008 doch auf Vancouver 2010 gefreut. Klar, der Ableger von vor zwei Jahren war nicht eben das Beste, was man auf dem Markt kaufen konnte, hatte aber trotzdem einen gewissen Stil und wusste dank vieler Disziplinen gerade mit einigen Freunden durchaus lange bei Laune zu halten. Was uns SEGA nun aber vorsetzt, kann getrost als elementarer Rückschritt angesehen werden. Zwar wurde die optische Seite des Titels ordentlich aufgebohrt und darf nun durchaus als ansehnlich beschrieben werden, dafür leidet das an sich schon mäßige Gameplay nun an zu wenigen und vor allem zu abwechslungslosen und unfertigen Disziplinen. Weder allein, noch mit Freunden kann Vancouver 2010 wirklich begeistern, dafür ist der Umfang in so gut wie jedem Bereich einfach zu gering und die Umsetzung der Sportarten zu marginal. Eine Kaufempfehlung kann man daher nicht einmal echten Wintersportfans aussprechen. Schade!
58
Gamezone (Germany)
Besonders in Sachen Umfang mangelt es dem Spiel gewaltig, trotz der zahlreichen Herausforderungen, die je nach Motivation des Einzelnen zumindest die Spielzeit um zwei bis vier Spielstunden verlängern können. Positive Aspekte wird man lediglich bei der ordentlichen Grafik und der wie immer leicht zugänglichen Steuerung ausmachen, die allerdings hin und wieder durch eine nicht ganz perfekte Tastenabfrage leichte Abzüge in der B-Note erhält. Ansonsten bleibt alles beim Alten. Angefangen von der langweiligen Menügestaltung, der nicht vorhandenen Stars dieses Sports sowie der Tatsache, dass man sich im Solopart recht schnell langweilt. Unverständlicherweise cancelte man solch Motivationsraketen wie den Biathlon, was mit Sicherheit viele Spieler nicht ganz nachvollziehen werden. Was mich als Fan der ersten computeranimierten Winterspiele am Meisten enttäuscht hat, ist zudem die mal wieder viel zu trockene Präsentation.
58
Gamervision
It may be a tie-in of the world’s most prestigious sporting event, but Vancouver 2010 is still just that: a tie-in. Because of this, I wasn’t expecting brilliant, Game of the Year material, but I did want at least a reasonable facsimile of the excitement and fun of the actual Olympics. Instead, I found myself with a final product that was only mildly entertaining, and even with up to four players being able to compete both online and off, the fun factor is very limited. Even more limited are the repetitive events, and you’ll probably have played all of them in under an hour. The challenges add a bit of variety, but overall, the amount of content in Vancouver 2010 probably wouldn’t even fill a whole weekend. If you’re really jonesing for some Olympic fun, Vancouver won’t tide you over until the games start on February 12, but it might at least offer a few hours of enjoyment.
57
GamingExcellence
Vancouver 2010 is not a horrible game by any means, it's just the sum of the parts add together to present a less than desirable package. The extremely short time it will take you to complete the core gameplay, the limited diversity of events to play and the overall lack of effort to port and create a unique game for the PC make this title playable, but likely not worth your time and money. Olympic or sports enthusiast who really want to give this game a try should consider renting as given the rather small amount of content and time it will take to complete even the reduced retail price doesn't make the package seem like a good deal. All that being said, there's always Sochi in 2014, so that gives the developers 4 years to put together a more complete package and go for gold once more.
55
TeamXbox
Someone behind the scenes worked really hard on Vancouver 2010, and it shows in some of the individual events. But the overall product gives so little of a damn that one wonders about the condition of the heart of the people that signed off on this being released. Do you have no Olympic spirit? Was competing and striving for the best not a part of your plan? Apparently not, because ultimately what Vancouver 2010 lacks is a competitive spirit. For that, they should have just stayed home.
55
GameSpot
Because of the lack of variety among the events, the multiplayer mode has only a little bit more appeal than the standard single-player competitions. You can play online or off, with up to four players, and it is fun striving for the best time against your buddies. But like every other element of Vancouver 2010, the fun doesn't last long. With only a few unique events and even fewer courses to choose from, everything becomes stale soon after you start playing. Only the difficult Challenge mode is really interesting, but with only 30 challenges to take part in that too is only fun for so long. Although Vancouver 2010 is vastly improved from Beijing 2008, it is ultimately lacking in many key areas. It's still more fun to watch the real lugers do their thing than take part in this shallow digital representation.
55
Gamers' Temple, The
Unfortunately, Olympic games suffer the same fate as most movie-licensed games – they're designed to sell on the strength of their name and as little work is put into the actual game as possible. It would be nice to see Olympic games support some of the other modes that have become standard in other sports games, but it looks like we'll have to wait another four years before we have a chance of seeing that.
55
Game Over Online
I can’t help but wonder if Vancouver 2010 wouldn’t have been better served as a Wii title. With the Balance Board, it seems like an ideal platform for sports like Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding, Ski Jumping and even the different Sled-related sports. Skating, maybe not so much. Then again, Sega knows all too well how poorly third-party software generally sells on the Wii. MadWorld anybody? I also can’t help but wonder whether the Olympic Games are suited for video games, considering recent entries have come up well short. I believe they are, but more effort must be put into to creating an engaging experience worthy of the spectacle. Here, the lack of variety and depth quickly leads to repetitive gameplay. In the end, like Salt Lake, Athens, Torino and Beijing before it, Vancouver 2010 fails to reach the podium.
55
Gamona
Vancouver 2010 ist eine einzige Enttäuschung. Die Negativliste beginnt bei den nicht vorhandenen Personalisierungs- möglichkeiten, geht über eine nicht ausreichende Auswahl an Sportdisziplinen (Eishockey, Eiskunstlauf und Biathlon fehlen z.B. völlig), der auch die Ausgewogenheit fehlt, und einer demotivierend schweren KI-Konkurrenz, einen zusammengeschusterten Flickenteppich-"Karriere"-Modus ohne olympischen Geist bis hin zu hakeligen und teilweise kaum steuerbaren Sportarten.
54
AceGamez
Vancouver 2010 isn’t a bad game, what little it does, it does very well, but what we have here is a skeletal frame, lacking even the slightest morsel of gristle with which to fill up our fun bellies. Nothing about it is broken, which makes the unbelievable lack of things to do feel even worse. You want to see what Eurocom could have done with the other sports, you want more challenges and events and a little bit more imagination, instead you’re left with the same races over and over and over again. Vancouver 2010 can be described in exactly the same way as its control system; repetitive, simple and shallow.
54
4Players.de
Dass die Herausforderungen ihrem Namen entsprechend ziemlich herausfordernd sind, ist eine gute Sache - schließlich ist dieser Spielmodus interessanterweise das Fleisch der Vancouver-Hülle. Aber dass Otto Normal-Skischwinger im erschreckend blutleeren Olympia-Modus einmal mehr der hohnlachende »Hahahaaa, das nennst du einen Versuch, du Flasche?«-Stinkefinger in Form von schier unerreichbaren Rekorden und adamantiumharten KI-Gegnern präsentiert bekommt, ist in einem Spiel, das die Familie vor dem Bildschirm einen soll, mal wieder eine Frechheit. Da in diesem Fall noch dazu kommt, dass komplett auf Personalisierung verzichtet wurde und innerhalb der Disziplinen sehr wenig Abwechslung herrscht, rast Vancouver 2010 mit Spitzengeschwindigkeit selbst am verhältnismäßig niedrigen Standard des Vorgängers vorbei auf ein noch tieferes Treppchen - schade um die rasante Grafik und die dramatische Ego-Perspektive.
50
That Gaming Site
Vancouver 2010 is over far too quickly for a full-price release. It has potential but it's lost in repetative gameplay and a lack of incentive or variety. Unless you're an Olympic nut, you may want to disqualify this one.
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AreaGames
Es ist verblüffend, wie viel Lustlosigkeit bei Vancouver 2010 geradezu aus jedem Pixel trieft. Ob das nun fehlende Disziplinen wie Biathlon sind, ein kompletter Verzicht auf Anfangs- und Endzeremonien, abwechslungsarme Sportarten und nicht vorhandene Konfigurationsmöglichkeiten des eigenen Sportlers, all dies macht den Eindruck, dass selbst die Entwickler wenig Lust hatten, ausgiebig Zeit mit ihrem eigenen Spiel zu verbringen. Den totalen Absturz verhindert der recht witzige Herausforderungsmodus und die ansehnliche Grafik. Aber wer nun unbedingt ein Wintersportspiel haben möche, steht leider zur Zeit recht alternativlos da, denn auch Spiele wie RTL Wintersports 2010 lassen die Auswahl nur wie die zwischen Pest und Cholera erscheinen. Hoffen wir, dass das nächste Amped, Stoked oder SSX nicht mehr allzu lange auf sich warten lässt.
50
RealGamer
Overall, the lack of variety in terms of events and lack of any single player modes apart from the challenge mode makes this a well presented package but ultimately a disappointing one! With only half the events really being interesting enough to play more than a handful of times, I’m afraid I can’t warrant this with a score higher than half marks! However, with a few human opponents either online or in person you may be able to have a little fun but it’s not likely to last much longer than the Winter Games themselves!
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PAL Gaming Network (PALGN)
It’s easy to say Vancouver 2010 is the best Olympics video game that has been released in recent memory, but given the competition that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a honour Sega can be proud of. While most of the events have tight and responsive controls, the game lacks substance to make it anything other than a generic mini-game compilation.
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Gamereactor (Norway)
Det er tydelig at Eurocom og Sega ikke akkurat hadde skigale nordmenn i tankene da de lagde Vancouver 2010, men selv vi med en i beste fall moderat interesse for vinterlekene må se oss skuffet over hva som blir servert her. Kanskje det om fire år til kommer et vinter-OL-spill som gjør at jeg en gang for alle kan glemme Winter Games på Commodore 64? Jeg håper det, men jeg skal innrømme at jeg tviler litt.
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Gamereactor (Denmark)
At vinde guld er dog en øvelse i frustration, og det virker til tider som om spillet slår terninger om udfaldet. Et par kammerater og jeg, brugte to timer på en disciplin, og konstant lå guldvinderen lige en tand over, uanset hvor godt vi klarede det. Det føltes som om resultatet var afgjort inden vi greb kontrolleren. Det skal siges at flere af småspillene er vellavede og underholdende, men jeg forventer mere indhold og bedre muligheder, officielle navne (eller i det mindste mulighed for at skabe sin egen figur), og ikke mindst havde jeg forventet flere discipliner. Derfor er Vancouver 2010 et fint spil, såfremt du interesserer, dig for de nævnte sportsgrene, men det er absolut ikke for alle.
50
InsideGamer
De ontwikkelaar van Vancouver 2010 heeft over een aantal punten goed nagedacht, maar heeft uiteindelijk op de meest essentiële elementen steken laten vallen. Het spel hangt als los zand aan elkaar, bevat te weinig gameplayelementen en is hier en daar frustrerend moeilijk. Bovendien zijn er te weinig evenementen, waardoor de eentonigheid al snel toeslaat. De challenges en de goede graphics maken wat goed en zorgen ervoor dat de game een behoorlijke verbetering is ten opzichte van Torino 2006, maar die kans was net zo groot als de kans dat Sven Kramer in Vancouver minimaal één gouden plak pakt.
50
Cheat Code Central
Bottom-line: This is a game for completionists, leaderboard junkies, and glory hounds, though it should be noted that there are much simpler ways to proclaim one's video game superiority. Almost every achievement in Vancouver 2010 is earned for gold medals, challenges, and online play. It definitely requires you to play a variety of modes and events to complete the game, but seriously, why? Anyone this into the Winter Games would be much better served shelling out the $60 bucks for snowboarding lessons.
49
NZGamer
Overall Vancouver 2010 is a mixed bag; on one hand it has nice visuals, entertaining multiplayer, leaderboards and a couple of good single player and fun online multiplayer modes to play through. On the other hand, it went downhill with the skiing onwards. Over half of the events are frustratingly bad due to awkward controls, and New Zealand gamers can't represent their own country - the closest one is Australia.
45
Play.tm
It's hard to tell what market Vancouver 2010 is aiming for. Fans of casual mini-games will be immediately deterred by the difficulty and po-faced reverence of it all, so it won't be long before they're back in the loving arms of Wii Sports Resort and Mario & Sonic at the Winter Olympic Games. Anyone after a serious game will be quickly frustrated and soured by the shocking lack of content. It's a criminally malnourished set of events that never accomplishes anything more than a series of stale time trials that force the player into frustrating cycles of pause and restart. If that's your bag, it's been done far better elsewhere.
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Console Monster
With most of the tracks, events and overall gameplay remaining similar over all areas of the game it certainly wouldn’t have taken a lot of time to develop. I would have been impressed had they provided a few more events, as well as having the option to play as a male or a female. The failure to include button bashing was a big miss for me as I think that only adds to the excitement of this genre of game, especially when playing with offline friends (I'm sure the controller will think otherwise). Vancouver 2010 is not as good as previous outings, however, like most games of this sort; it should be on your rental list for when the games finally come around.
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videogamer.com
The BBC has the rights to show coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics in the UK and is advertising it with a brilliant animated short. This brief advert is more entertaining than the Vancouver 2010 video game. We're all for multiplayer sports games that follow the Track and Field mould, but Vancouver 2010 offers none of the classic game's gratifying gameplay. Stick to watching this year's Winter Olympics on the TV.
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Eurogamer.net (UK)
Everything about the Winter Olympics that can't be crammed into the narrow confines of a frostbitten racing engine has been swept under the rug, and what has been included is undone by brazen repetition. Whether because of time or budget limitations, or just a simple decision to keep the development as simple as possible, Vancouver 2010 is irrevocably diminished. There's no faulting the production values, but there's no way to recommend such a painfully thin game.
30
Thunderbolt Games
So, sum-up time. Vancouver 2010 has its moments, but they’re exhausted within an hour’s play. There’s nothing fancy or new to be found here - at least nothing that works - and it’s tough to recommend unless you’re absolutely desperate for some officially sanctioned quick-time-events. When someone asks you to make a game about the Winter Olympics, this is what you produce. It’s just a shame that - like the Games themselves so often are - it’s all a bit sterile and dull.
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Gamereactor (Finland)
Kokonaisuutena Vancouver 2010:stä paistaa läpi laiska ja halpa toteutus. Minuuttien mittaiset lajirypistykset on nähty käytännössä kertakokeilulla, ja vain harva osa-alue oikeasti innostaa kokeilemaan toista kertaa. Antaisin ison osan puutteista anteeksi, jos edes itse kisapelimuoto olisi toteutettu kunnolla. Tällaisenaan julkaistusta pelistä jää lähinnä tunne, ettei studiossakaan uskottu pelin viehättävän satunnaisia pelikertoja pidempään. Sääli, sillä olympialiike ansaitsisi parempaa kohtelua.