Vancouver 2010 - The Official Game of the Olympic Winter Games Previews - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: Eurocom
  • Release Date:Jan 12, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player, 4 online
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description: 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 the all new challenge mode, it will allow players to immerse themselves in the world’s greatest sporting event like never before.
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    Vancouver 2010 First Hands-On Impressions

    The Winter Olympics are coming up, and Sega's got the official licensed game for The Games. We hit the powder to get a first look!

    Posted: Nov 10, 2009

  • Vancouver 2010 Downhill And Parallel Giant Slalom Trailer

    Posted: January 29, 2010

    1,238 Views | 00:55

  • Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game Review

    Posted: January 25, 2010

    3,083 Views | 02:43

  • Vancouver 2010 Launch Trailer

    Posted: January 14, 2010

    17,391 Views | 01:09

  • Vancouver 2010 Skiing Trailer

    Posted: January 8, 2010

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  • Vancouver 2010 Sum 41 Trailer

    Posted: December 18, 2009

    1,079 Views | 00:58


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