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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavvie View Post
    Yes, but look at the trailer again, it's horribly unrealistic.

    I mean...blue skies? In England?!?
    Talk about being a 'recreation'..

    I don't see this as selling obviously, but I find it nice to see the graphic representations of the events. Kinect users benefit from this greatly.

    Now I can't wait for the real games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavvie View Post
    SEGA Studios Australia != SEGA of Australia. SSA are a development studio, whereas SEGA of Australia are a subsidiary of SEGA of Europe, and don't do anything except sort out pre-order incentives for retailers and the like.
    Ah I see. Even so, SSA hasn't done much but a couple of war games. not too fond of them.

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    If this turns out to be good I will for sure be pleasently surprised. Think I'll need to go back to my C64 days for the last fun "realistic" olympic game.

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