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KINECTaku Review: London 2012

In a first for a recent multi-event title, every single sport is playable, and most of them are a good deal of fun, too. None of the events task you with memorizing forty different stages of play, so most players will be able to grab a controller and join in after a few seconds of orientation. And that’s a good thing, given that the only real single player action on offer is the Olympics Mode - which sees you playing through a qualifying round and final round of two events per day, until you’ve done them all.

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