Michael Phelps’ domination at the Beijing Olympics—seven world records and a profusion of neck armor—proved convincingly that he is, in fact, the world’s best swimmer.
Such accomplishments impress everyone—except the man himself. “I’m never really fully satisfied,” Phelps told usaswimming.org.
The dude’s limit is, well, limitless. He’s already broken 39 world records, with more likely to come. Who would even attempt to measure up? But you can compete in the virtual pool—with Push the Limit, Blitz Games’ long-awaited and much anticipated controller-free v-game, releasing June 15, exclusively for Xbox 360 with Kinect.
Since the game is controller-free, it’s up to each gamer to master the unbeatable swim strokes and world-class techniques that have made Phelps the most storied swimmer in history.
Push the Limit promises to bring intense competition and some of the most realistic simulations ever created. In Career Mode, gamers can work their way up the ranks and travel around the world to compete in progressively challenging events. Go from a heated outdoor pool in an icy mountain range to an arena filled with 80,000 fans. Phelps guides gamers with advice along the road to the “Annual Games” tournament, which feature the world’s best swimmers.
Sources: ps3.ign.com, michaelphelpsgame.com