Game On: Vancouver 2010

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Few people can claim the title of Olympic athlete, and to represent their country on the world stage. Yet you and your crew can still get a taste of what it feels like to capture Olympic gold, with Sega's officially licensed Winter Olympics game.

Vancouver 2010 [Sega]Available for: Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PCRated: E for Everyone

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Few people can claim the title of Olympic athlete, and to represent their country on the world stage. Yet you and your crew can still get a taste of what it feels like to capture Olympic gold, with Sega's officially licensed Winter Olympics game.

Vancouver 2010 [Sega]
Available for: Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PC
Rated: E for Everyone

The only licensed video game for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Once gamers turn it on, they'll experience what it's like to rep their country up north. The realistic graphics might confuse some into thinking they're watching live events—everything is replicated to look like Vancouver locations.

STACK's Favorite Features
First Person View:
This really throws you into the action by allowing you to experience the Games from the athlete's point of view. Try racing the Skeleton face-first and find out how difficult it is to turn while moving at speeds faster than your car.

Online Mode: A chance to test your Olympic skills against the rest of the world. Gamers are able to compete against three other opponents and tally up medals along the way. Find out who's the best Olympic athlete overall and raise your country's colors during each medal ceremony.

STACK's Favorite Event
Ski Aerials: One of the more complex events, it's all about gaining enough speed and hitting your jumps perfectly while spinning in mid-air, tight and crisp, and then stomping your landing. It's one of the most exciting events to play, because anything can happen and gamers will have to risk it all to capture the gold.


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