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A lot of people have already answered, but I figured I'd put in my two cents anyway! Yes, WIO is a great choice for you. You can select the beats per minute of the songs you walk to, so you can easily eliminate the ones that are too fast for you to walk comfortably to. I use the nunchuk/remote combination myself, and I like it better. The game is great for just getting started.
I would perhaps caution against EA Sports Active because you need a leg strap for most exercises, and if you can't squat or lunge very far, it might not register your movements. It can get pretty frustrating.
You could try Just Dance; it's not an exercise game per se, but it doesn't require you to push any buttons (except to select songs) and all you have to do is mirror the dance moves of the person on screen. It's fast paced, but it's a pretty good workout and a lot of fun too.
I'd also recommend My Fitness Coach. You don't need the remote except to select the workout routine (and then to tell it if it's too hard, too easy, or just right). It has upper body, lower body, cardio, flexibility, core work, and yoga. You can choose from 15 minutes to 75 minutes (or 90 minutes? I forget the highest one) of a workout. And there are hundreds of different exercises, so no routine is ever the same.
Keri ~ Illinois
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