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Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Winter Olympic Games
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    2010-03-05

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    A video game that plays off the excitement surrounding the Olympics can expect to generate a lot of interest. Previous titles in that genre have often failed to live up to the hype, however. Can we hope for better things from Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Winter Olympics Games? Let's find out.

    Itís time once again for the special event known as the Winter Olympics. Only occurring every four years, the Winter Olympics sheds some light on rather obscure events to many around the world and shines the spotlight onto otherwise unknown athletes from around the world.

    If you have basic cable, you have probably seen the Winter Olympics, this time coming from Vancouver, on your television set. Even if you are not a follower of the events themselves, there is something about the entire spectacle that is successful in bringing out national pride in viewers. 

    The events may have piqued your interest, and if you are a gamer, may have pulled out an inner desire to take part in the action yourself.  One might be apprehensive to purchase such a title, though, as other, previously released Olympics video games had gameplay that centered around smashing buttons in a frenzied manner. 

    To the rescue is Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Winter Olympic Games for the PlayStation 3.  Developed by Eurocom, who released other Olympics-related titles in the past as Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008, Vancouver 2010 is an improvement over those past Olympics titles. 

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