I bought the game and am really enjoying it so far. I get a real good workout. I wish it had a dual player mode too but it has something that we found out by accident one person can replace another. Which makes it almost as good as dual player
Fitness Minutes: (70,236) Posts: 3,260 1/16/12 1:44 A
I have this game and have only had time to play it once so far. I basically agree with the review. It is a very simple, unsophisticated game, but fun. I feel it's a bit overpriced compared to other games out there, considering how simple it is. But it is a lot of fun and I got some great cardio out of it and some sore muscles, so I felt it was worth it. It's great when they offer a demo to try first. I enjoyed the demo and that's why I bought the game. I would love to hear what anyone else who gets the game thinks of it.
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Fitness Minutes: (8,816) Posts: 6,330 1/11/12 9:33 A
My co-worker, Drew, played reviewed this one. He spent a good 8 hours on it, but I did play it for about 30 minutes.
What is fun about this game is the ability to use any moves you want. The more you flail your arms and legs, the more combos you'll get. So, like Fruit Ninja, the potential to burn calories and have fun is there. What is great is getting other people to use the controllers and send enemies at you.
Thankfully there is a demo on this one--you should check it out!
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