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System Specs :-
Video Card : ATI Radeon PowerColour 6670 1 GB GDDR5
Processor : AMD Phenom II X2 555 BE @ 3.2 GHZ
Ram : 2X2 ( 4 GB ) DDR3
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London 2012 is the official Olympic video game of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. It was published by Sega and developed by Sega Studios Australia, making this the first Olympics title to be developed in-house by Sega. It was released on 26 June 2012 in North America, 28 June in Australia, and 29 June in Europe.
It is also the second official video game based on the 2012 Olympics, the other being Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The game features an online mode for players wishing to compete with other challengers worldwide. The "national pride" is a ranking system in the online mode, where the players have the possibility to collect medals for their favorite country.[2]
It is compatible with PlayStation Move and Xbox Kinect for certain events in the party mode.[3]
London 2012 is the first olympic video game, which includes cooperative events in the local multiplayer mode.
London 2012 received generally favorable reviews. IGN gave 7 of 10 for the Playstation 3 and XBox 360 version. Chris Schilling mentioned in the review that "Sega's celebration of the year's biggest sporting event is better than you might expect." In his opinion, the events of the game would not hold up too well in the long term, but that is not really what an Olympics game is about. He praised the online and offline multiplayer mode.[4]
The German PC game magazine GameStar scored the game with 64 of 100. They criticized the gameplay, because it is almost impossible to play it with the mouse and the keyboard, so the player is forced to get a gamepad to play London 2012. They also mentioned that the gameplay of the events would not be different to each other and that the AI of the computer opponents is not balanced.[5]

hese events are in the game:
Team[N 1]
3m Springboard Diving
3m Synchronised Springboard Diving[N 2][N 1]
10m Platform Diving
10m Synchronised Platform Diving[N 2][N 1]
Swimming -- 50m Freestyle
Swimming -- 100m Backstroke
Swimming -- 100m Breaststroke
Swimming -- 100m Butterfly
Swimming -- 100m Freestyle
Trampoline (men only)[N 2]
25m Rapid Fire Pistol (men only)
Skeet Shooting
Track & Field
100m (men only)
110m Hurdles (men only)
200m (men only)
Discus throw (men only)
High Jump
Javelin Throw (men only)
Long Jump (men only)
Shot Put (men only)
Triple Jump (men only)
Other Sports
Beach Volleyball (women only)[N 2]
Canoe Slalom -- K1 Kayak (men only)
Cycling -- Keirin (men only)[N 2]
Rowing -- Single Sculls (men only)[N 2]
Table Tennis (men only)
Weightlifting over 105kg (men only)