The Olympics are in full swing with more than a billion people watching worldwide. What could be better? Possibly SEGA’s London 2012 video game. You can read my crazy theories on this on ESPN Playbook.
But, as with every quadrennial sporting event, it isn’t without its faults.
Fortunately, the Olympics come with a virtual companion. “London 2012” from Sega allows the masses to experience a slightly different version of the Summer Games — perhaps, dare we say, a better version.
It might sound blasphemous, but here are five ways that “London 2012” is better than the actual Olympics (and ways to make it more like the real deal).