Summary: Another fun wii game. The only thing I didn't understand was why it included the original wii fit games. They could have created more original games for this - that's where I feel it was lacking. I also would have liked to see a mobile app for the Fit meter.
While the new games and especially the dance routines on the Wii U are fun and effective
B. Cannon, Amazon
6 April 2015
Summary: I have used the Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus, and now the Wii Fit U. While the new games and especially the dance routines on the Wii U are fun and effective, I find having to hold the controller for certain activities to be annoying. I wear reading glasses and prefer not to need them while exercising.
Summary: I'm upset that it has a weight limit of 330. If you are over that limit, it just dumps you out of the program unceremoniously without a word as to a resolution. All Nintendo has to do is make a special edition robust pad; I would pay extra for the support.
Need to purchase 2 Wii Plus Remotes hardware to play
7 September 2014
Summary: Please note that this game requires two (2) Wii Plus Remotes to do the Personal Trainer part of the game. These do not come with the game or with the console, so you must purchase these separately at a cost of $35 to $40 each. Makes the game pretty expensive.
Summary: I bought the Wii Fit U because I wanted something similar to the Fitbit, but I liked the appeal of having work out routines created for me since I tend to get bored with doing the same things all the time.
Summary: I wanted to start getting in better shape and this makes it a bit easier. I love some of the games and the exercise are easy to follow along with them. Even my kids think its fun. My first issue is kinda big for some.
Summary: Gets the kids off the couch don't expect a whole lot different from the original. The fit meter is kind of eh, using the Wii U pad is a little awkward some parts it feels forced on you. All in all it's decent.