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Summer Athletics: The Ultimate Challenge Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description: Calling all sports fans! If you like competition, you'll find all you can handle in Summer Athletics. Get ready to tackle more than 25 summer sports in an Olympic-sized collection of contests. Choose from cycling, archery, swimming, track-and-field events, and many more. Each event has intuitive controls designed to accommodate the whole family. Game modes include Arcade for quick play and Career for long-term glory. Create your own character, then start playing in one of four difficulty levels. Realistic 3D graphics bring the stadium atmosphere to life with all the majesty of the world's greatest sporting events.
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