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Vancouver 2010
Van 2010 Game.jpg
European cover art
Developer(s) Eurocom
Publisher(s) Sega
Distributor(s) EA Games
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360
Release date(s) NA January 12, 2010
EU January 15, 2010
Genre(s) Sports (Olympic)
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: E
PEGI: 3+
System requirements Recommended specs[1]
Intel CPU – Core 2 Duo L7700 1.8GHz
AMD CPU – Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4000+
Nvidia Graphics Card – Geforce 8600 GT
ATI Graphics Card– Radeon HD 3600 Series
RAM – 2 GB
Hard Disk Space – 6 GB
Input methods Keyboard and mouse, Gamepad

Vancouver 2010 is the official Olympic video game of the 2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver.[2]



Vancouver 2010 is a video game based on the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. Many of the events in the real-world Olympics are playable. For a complete list of playable events, see below.


The following events are in the game:

In addition, the game includes 30 different challenges spread over all the events which can be unlocked on a one-by-one basis as the user completes the tasks (For example, the 'Landing Zone' challenge forces the individual to land a ski jump with 10m of 90m and another successive jump within 10m of 120m).[3]

Nations represented


The game has gained mixed and negative reviews. According to Metacritic, the PC version of the game stands at a 58 while the PlayStation 3 version is at a 55 and the Xbox 360 version is at a 56.

IGN gave the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version a 7.3 rating, claiming that "If only this game had some semblance of a career mode or anything that felt slightly like the real Olympics, then perhaps SEGA would have had a real winner on its hands." GameSpot gave the PS3 and 360 a 5.5 rating saying "The limited selection of events leaves these Olympic Games out in the cold."

See also

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Preceded by
Torino 2006
Official video game of the Winter Olympics
Succeeded by
Sochi 2014
Preceded by
Beijing 2008
Official video game of the Olympics
Succeeded by
London 2012


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