Sydney 2000 (video game)

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Sydney 2000
Sydney 2000 cover.png
Developer(s) Attention to Detail
Publisher(s)
Composer(s) Jonathan Colling
Platform(s) PlayStation, PC, Dreamcast
Release date(s) PlayStation
NA 20000731July 31, 2000

EU 20000825August 25, 2000
JP 20001026October 26, 2000
PC
EU 20000825August 25, 2000
NA 20000831August 31, 2000
Dreamcast
EU 200008August 2000
NA 20000831August 31, 2000
JP 20001026October 26, 2000

Genre(s) Sports (Olympic)
Mode(s) Single player, two player, hot seat or simultaneously
Distribution 1 CD/GD-ROM

Sydney 2000 is the official video game of the XXVII Olympic Summer Games, hosted by Sydney, Australia in 2000. Developed by Attention to Detail and published by Eidos, it was released for the Sony PlayStation, PC (Microsoft Windows) and the Sega Dreamcast. Ports of the game for Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color was planned for release alongside the PlayStation version but was later canceled. With a total of 32 countries and 12 events, it was the follow-up of Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta '96.

With good sales and despite mostly mixed reviews from critics, it won the BAFTA award for the Sports game of the year.

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