evolution of olympic video games history 1984 - 2020

Hyper Sports :~
known in Japan as Hyper Olympics is an arcade game published in 1984 by Konami. It is the sequel to 1983's Track & Field and features seven new Olympic events. Like its predecessor, Hyper Sports has two run buttons and one action button per player. The Japanese release of the game sported an official license for the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Olympic Gold :~
official video game of the XXV Olympic Summer Games, hosted by Barcelona, Spain in 1992. It was released for the Sega consoles, Sega Genesis and Sega Master System, and Sega's handheld, Sega Game Gear.

Winter Olympics:~
released in the United States as Winter Olympic Games, is the official video game of the XVII Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer, Norway.[1] All versions were published by U.S. Gold, the rightsholder; home computer versions (Amiga and PC) were developed by ID Software (not to be confused with id Software) and console versions (GG, MD/Gen, Master System, Super NES) were developed by Tiertex. The game featured 10 winter sporting events. There are also major differences between platforms. Players can represent countries from all over the world.

Olympic Summer :~
Games is an official video game of the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. It is the successor to Olympic Gold and Winter Olympics. It was the last "Olympic" video game released for the fourth generation of consoles, as well as the Game Boy.

Nagano Winter Olympics '98,:~ known in Japan as Hyper Olympics in Nagano (ハイパーオリンピック イン ナガノ Haipā Orinpikku in Nagano), is a multi-event sports game from Konami. It is based on the 1998 Winter Olympics and features 10 Olympic events including skating, skiing, luge, bobsleigh, slalom, curling, halfpipe and snowboarding

Sydney 2000 :~
official video game of the XXVII Olympic Summer Games, hosted by Sydney, Australia in 2000. Developed by Attention to Detail and published by Eidos Interactive, it was released for the PlayStation, Microsoft Windows and Dreamcast. There were versions developed for the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color, but both versions were cancelled.

Salt Lake 2002 :~
official video game of the XIX Olympic Winter Games, hosted by Salt Lake City, Utah, United States in 2002. Developed by Attention to Detail and published by Eidos Interactive (DC Studios/Ubi Soft for the Game Boy Advance version), it was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance.

Athens 2004 :~
official video game of the XXVIII Olympic Summer Games, hosted by Athens, Greece in 2004. Developed by Eurocom and published by Sony Computer Entertainment (Eidos Interactive for PC), it was released for the PlayStation 2 and Microsoft Windows.

Torino 2006 :~
is the official video game of the XX Olympic Winter Games, hosted by Torino, Italy in 2006. Developed by German studio 49Games and published by 2K Games (and I-play), it was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, and Xbox

Beijing 2008 :~
is the official Olympic video game of the 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing. Developed by Eurocom and published by Sega, the game was the second video game based on the 2008 Summer Olympics to be released, the first being the fantasy-based Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games which appeared in late 2007; however, Beijing 2008 is a realistic sports simulation.

Vancouver 2010 :~
is the official Olympic video game of the 2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

London 2012:~
The Official Video Game 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. The iOS and Android versions were developed and published by NEOWIZ.

Steep :~
 is an extreme sports video game developed by Ubisoft Annecy and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide on December 2, 2016 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Tokyo 2020 :~
The Official Video Game is the official Olympic video game of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. It was published by Sega. Its international launch is planned in 2020 for Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. It was released in Asia on July 24, 2019, exactly one year to the beginning of the 2020 Summer Olympics.[1] It is the first traditional Olympics game since London 2012.

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