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Posts Tagged ‘London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games’

Video Spotlight: London 2012 Aquatics Centre Fly-Through

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Check out the latest fly-through trailer for London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games featuring the Aquatics Centre:

The game is set to launch in June 2012.

Video Spotlight: Trailer Round-Up

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

We’ve missed a lot of recent trailers for up and coming SEGA games recently so let’s recap:

Binary Domain Hollow Child Cutscene

Yakuza: Dead Souls Minigames

London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games Velodrome Fly Through

Interesting side-note: I’ve actually been here in real life!

Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition Launch Trailer

[Source: SEGA Europe’s YouTube Channel]

London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games Announced

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

The official London 2012 video game is now… well official! Lots of info on this one so we’ll shut up and let SEGA do the talking.

First up, Fly Through Olympic Stadium Trailer:

Secondly, the first trailer for the game:

And finally the full press release below:

“LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO (January 17th, 2012) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. & SEGA® of America, Inc., are excited to announce further details for the upcoming London 2012™ – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games. Favourite Olympic events make a welcome return in 2012, with the addition of new Olympic disciplines, improved modes of play and motion control support for PlayStation®Move and Kinect™ for Xbox 360®. Available for PC, the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system, and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, London 2012™ will be in stores for June 2012.

For the first time in an officially licensed Olympic video game, London 2012™ will support motion control in a number of different Olympic events. Budding sports heroes will have an enhanced and realistic way of competing in a number of events that are compatible with PlayStation®Move and Kinect™ including 110m Hurdles, Beach Volleyball (Kinect only) and 25m Rapid Fire Pistol (Move only). Over 30 Olympic events have been authentically recreated in their official Olympic arenas with a host of new disciplines making their debut for London 2012™. Keirin (Cycling) at the Velodrome, 10m Synchronised Platform (Diving) at the Aquatics Centre and Trampoline at North Greenwich Arena are just some of the new events in which you can compete for that coveted gold medal.

In another first for this iteration of the video game, London 2012™ will take the world’s biggest sporting event online in the form of global leaderboards. The leaderboards will track personal medals gained whilst playing online, with each personal medal won added to that nation’s medal table. Every medal won will help to improve a nation’s standing in the leaderboards, creating even more moments of sporting glory and fame across the globe. London 2012™ will contain a number of game modes including single player Olympic Games mode, online and offline multiplayer and party play.

“London 2012™ sees the successful relationship between SEGA, ISM and the IOC become even more exciting in the run up to the 2012 Olympic Games”, commented Gary Knight, Senior Vice President of Marketing at SEGA Europe and SEGA of America. “With all new Olympic events and returning favourite sports brought to life with the very latest video gaming technology, everyone can truly compete in the greatest sporting event on earth”.

For more information about the game, please visit: www.olympicvideogames.com/london2012”

[Source: SEGA]

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