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Génération 4 (Dec, 1988)
Le jeu est prenant, aussi prenant qu'un Décathlon d'Activision ou un Track & Field d'Atari, mais on peut regretter que l'élimination à une épreuve empêche de voir les autres. Cependant, grâce à des idées originales (l'énergie utilisable sous forme de vitamines, le choix des bonnes chaussures), D.T.O.C. reste un programme de première catégorie.
The One (Nov, 1988)
Daley is a fairly tired old concept dressed up in new sportswear. But it's still quite a playable concept, and as such it's worth a look.
Unsurprisingly, it's got the best graphics both for presentation and the action itself. Music and sound effects are competent as well. Choosing shoes is a bit confusing because you aren't told whether you have made the correct choice.
Raze (Jul, 1991)
[Budget re-release] Admittedly, the graphics are quite neat, but they can't save a concept that's almost as old as Daley himself.
The constant joystick waggling is a great strain on the wrist and the trainers selection is little more than a novelty. However, the game can be fun played among friends. If you aren't adverse to physical effort, Olympic Challenge generates an enjoyable competitive spirit.
Amiga Power (May, 1991)
[Budget re-release] Hopelessly old fashioned waggling gameplay. Even the great man's face on the box won't help it sell.
Power Play (Dec, 1988)
Diese Umsetzung ist nur etwas für Amiga-Besitzer, die dringend ein Joystick-Rüttelspiel suchen. Wer technische und taktische Finessen erwartet, wird von diesem etwas eintönigen Sportspiel enttäuscht sein.
The One (Apr, 1991)
[Budget re-release] The whole genre is well past its sell-by date now (Epyx having produced the last decent multi-event game in California Games) and with Daley himself not having surfaced for a number of years, and the next Olympics well over a year away, this isn't exactly a sure-fire hit.