developer: Eurocom Entertainment Software
Game mode: single / multiplayer
Multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen
Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games is a sports video game, licensed by the Olympic Committee. It was developed by Eurocom Entertainment and published by a Japanese company, SEGA, the owner of the official Olympic Games video game license, both for winter and summer events.
For Vancouver 2010, SEGA and Eurocom Entertainment created a new form of gameplay, much different from the one seen in Beijing 2008. One of the novelties providing new experiences and improved immersion, is the FPP option. It does not only help you take on the role better, but also lets you learn what a real-life participant would feel.
The production also features a challenge mode, in which you have to complete certain tasks, and an expansive online mode and new controls system. In Vancouver 2010, you can participate in several dozens of winter sports, such as ski jumping, Alpine skiing, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing, and speed skating.
Vancouver 2010 utilizes an improved game engine used in Beijing 2008. The game features fully 3D visuals, faithfully rendering the various disciplines.
PC / Windows
Recommended: Core 2 Duo 2,4 GHz, 1 GB RAM, graphic card 512 MB (GeForce 8800 or better), Windows XP/Vista
Sony PlayStation 3
Uses: Pentium 4 3 GHz, 1 GB RAM, graphic card GeForce 7600 GT, 4 GB HDD, Windows XP