The latest release in the Summer Olympic video game catalog may be the most well-received. With decent graphics, real venues and a good selection of events, it's a respectable entry for any video game and a strong candidate for best Olympic game ever. Like the Beijing version, it also got the "Sonic and Mario" treatment for the Wii. Speaking of motion control, aspects of "London 2012" do take advantage of the PlayStation Move and Microsoft Kinect technology, but it's not a full-on living room-smashing experience like your average dance or fitness game. Because of the nature of the Summer Olympic events, it's all but a certainty that "Rio 2016" will be a full-on motion control experience, allowing you to prove just how far off you are from the world's greatest athletes.
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