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  • Summary: Fetaures 16 countries and six events (Men's Alpine Skiing Downhill, Ladies' Alpine Skiing Slalom, Men's Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom, Women's Freestyle Skiing Aerials, Men's Ski Jumping K120 Individual, and Men's Two-man Bobsleigh ), authentic Olympic environments and competitive multi-player modes with fluid real-time animation and TV-style camera presentation creating an ultra-realistic and challenging sports gaming experience. [Eidos Interactive] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 11
  2. Negative: 5 out of 11
  1. The camera angles in the game are brilliantly done - and can be altered during play. You also get an excellent two-player split screen option on the snowboard slalom.
  2. A good game with solid mechanics backing up its good visuals, but the depth and breadth of the game will have you sitting around waiting for more snow in a very dry season.
  3. The game isn’t able to fully achieve an overall genuinely thrilling appeal or provide over-the-top fun.
  4. The Snowboard Slalom is a framerate abomination and, regardless of your adjustments, it controls like you're half-drunk. [Apr 2002, p.105]
  5. 40
    Suffers from a lack of replay value: Once you get the hang of its flawed controls, it is possible to get a gold medal in each event within an hour or so of play, leaving little reason to ever touch the game again.
  6. Get a Saturn with "Winter Heat" instead and leave ATD to figure out that an unrushed "Rollcage 3" would be a far, far worthier project.
  7. This multi-event crapfest manages to combine all the fun of a pipe-fitting seminar with the pain of slamming your hand in a car door.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
  3. Negative: 1 out of 2