London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games Gets a New Trailer

on July 30, 2012 1:14 PM

The Olympic Games are in full swing, giving us a very welcome break from the usual Football (whether it’s American Football or the one in which feet actually interact with the ball, depending on what side of the big pond you’re on) and putting under the spotlight sports that we rarely see and we even more rarely play in video games.

London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games (because titles that are short and to the point are so 2001…) has been ┬áreleased more than a month ago, but with the spectacular beginning of the real world event Sega decided to give us a reminder in the form of a new trailer.

The video showcases quite a variety of gameplay footage of some of the over 45 events included in the game. If you’re tired of the usual 22 massively overpaid goons running after a (round or oval)┬áball, you can enjoy it below.

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