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Submitted by Wiiloveit 607d ago | review

California Super Sports Review | Wiiloveit

"Long before SEGA pushed Olympic videogames into more mainstream territory, a company known as Epyx crafted a line of titles with a similar, athletic foundation for the Commodore 64. Originally starting out as a single entity where the only tie-in was the official events its activities were inspired by, succeeding iterations spawned a full-blown series that later proved signature for the system. Now, I have no idea what the basis was for Cypronia developing California Super Sports, but I instantly thought of those compilations as I prepared to explore this one. Whether or not California Super Sports was to function as a direct throwback to these endeavours is moot, for all I ended up getting from the game's vibes was that of a DSiWare-bound Game Party lacking in direction." -- Wiiloveit.com (California Super Sports, Nintendo DS) 43/100

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