SEGA Corporation today announced an exclusive partnership with International Sports Multimedia (ISM), the official licensee of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to develop Vancouver 2010 - the Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games. The game is being developed by Eurocom Entertainment Software for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system and for Windows-based PC. Vancouver 2010 is an authentic simulation of a host of events from the upcoming Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, focusing on the adrenalin rush that comes from the extreme speed of winter sports. Including an all new challenge mode, the game allows players to immerse themselves in the world's greatest sporting event like never before.
"Vancouver 2010 will set a new standard for the Olympic-themed video games genre," commented Hugh Binns, Director of Eurocom Development Ltd., developers of Vancouver 2010. "With the innovative first person mode to immerse players even more in the game, an all new challenge mode providing hours of entertainment and stunning high definition graphics, Vancouver 2010 will be a fantastic experience."
"Extending our relationship with SEGA to include the Official Video Game of Vancouver 2010 strengthens the opportunity to build upon the success of Beijing 2008, thereby delivering what will be an outstanding, quality gaming experience," stated Raymond Goldsmith, Chairman & CEO of ISM.
In addition to the new challenge mode, Vancouver 2010 also offers revamped online gameplay and brand new control schemes new to an official video game of the Olympic Games. With this, Vancouver 2010 will be the new benchmark for the Olympic-themed videogames genre and truly allow gamers to experience the "Olympic Spirit".
Vancouver 2010 for Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3 system and Windows-based PC is set for release in the winter of 2010. Further information relating to the content of the game will be available over the coming months from the official website of the game – www.olympicvideogames.com.
I always have alot of hope for these, so much potential.
But they never deliver.
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