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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:18am 01/05/12 | 2 Comments
AusGamers was given an opportunity to check out one of the few surviving Aussie development studios (not exclusively working on mobile and iOS titles), SEGA Studios Australia, who're based in Brisbane, and their forthcoming London 2012 - The Official Video Game of the Olympics.

We sent our roving newcomer, Mr Naren Hooson, north of Sydney for his first studio tour and visit, to not only check out the game but to also chat to the guys about what makes their game tick. And while making an officially licensed game based on the Olympics might not seem that fun, it's going to be a success regardless, and from what he saw, Naren feels like the Aussie team has done a bang-up job bringing the 'Games to life.

Click here for his preview/interview.

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Posted 11:54am 01/5/12
I will admit, I've never played any of the new olympic games titles that are out there, it just doesn't grab my interest. But I tell you what, the old games like Summer Olympics and California Games - they were the pinnacle of sporting games for me :P I burnt days away playing those. I could carve up that half-pipe like nobody.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:32pm 01/5/12
I was the Footbag KING I tells you!
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