Gaming Nexus writes: "There's something about video games based on the Olympics that feel disingenuous to me. When it comes to the Olympic Games we're talking about athletes that have devoted their entire lives to this one thing, honing their skills for this one moment. Yet video games suggest that you can master the skills by simply retrying a couple of times. I've heard of practice makes perfect, but this is ridiculous. Perhaps I shouldn't take this Olympic Games bias out on Vancouver 2010, but Sega is hardly the first company to make a bad game based on the Olympics. Instead I should view Vancouver 2010 for what it is - a horrendous PlayStation 3 game that sucks all of the fun out of this joyous sporting event."