A Video Game For The Olympic Games

The 2012 Olympic Games to be held in London now has an official video game released by Sega and it is already being given the thumbs up. It is not without problems, the main one being that most field and track events are difficult to make into a video game that requires skill and excitement. This is not something that can be changed but at least it is not in the realms of button bashing which characterised the last game of the Olympic Games Video four years ago.
In events like swimming and sprinting the game requires a rhythmic use of the button far removed from the mindless jabbing of the controller. In fact if you press too fast you will actually lose the rhythm and slow down.
There are some events that have specific rules and these are the best. In particular many people are enjoying things like archery …

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