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Beijing 2008: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games Previews - Xbox 360

Beijing 2008: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
Game Description:The Official Video Game of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, this multi-console game features a wide variety of Olympic sports -- 35 events from the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games! The game also boasts online gameplay so that for the very first time, fans of the Olympic Games will be able to experience the thrill of competing against other gamers across the globe in the world’s greatest sporting event. Gamers can experience the thrill of competing in many of the official venues ranging from the famous Beijing National Stadium (the "Bird Nest") to the National Aquatics Center (the "Water Cube").
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    All Access: Beijing 2008

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    X-Play takes a trip to the cover shoot for Beijing 2008 and visits with Olympians Amanda Beard and Reese Hoffa.

    Posted: Jun 10, 2008 | 2,486 Views | 02:26


  • Beijing Olympics 2008 Review

    Posted: August 6, 2008

    13,807 Views | 01:59 | 11 Comments

  • Beijing 2008 - Mo-Cap Behind the Scenes

    Posted: July 7, 2008

    646 Views | 04:13 | 1 Comment

  • Beijing 2008 - Field Vignette

    Posted: June 24, 2008

    938 Views | 01:03

  • Beijing 2008 - Track Vignette

    Posted: June 24, 2008

    545 Views | 01:02

  • All Access: Beijing 2008

    Posted: June 10, 2008

    2,486 Views | 02:26

 


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