Summary: I'll probably trade this game in for another fitness game later, but for now, it helps to change up my workout routine and it's still cheaper than the gym. This review will need to be updated my after I've played the other sections, but here's what I've come away with after my very first workout...
Summary: This is a great idea but it just doesn't seem carried through. The pro side has been covered generally in that the scenery is nice. The video is reasonably well done. It's more than just a simple exercise video. Shortcomings: 1) I found some of the "fun" moves not easy to do first few times out.
Summary: The work out is easy to follow. An image of you is super imposed over a background which is neat. Not sure why the dance games do not do that. After I entered my vitals, I was not able to change users and everyone is stuck working out to my statistics.
Summary: I'm not sure if it's the game or the playstation eye, but the camera is constantly changing its focus it will pick up me and then pick up the whole room, and I rarely get consistent credit for the moves I make.
Summary: I bought this game a while ago, hoping it would get me to work out. From what I remember, if you do more than a 30 minute work out you just keep repeating sets of a few exercises....I found I was really bored with this. The camera angle was hard to set up.
Summary: I was super excited to get the game, after 4 workouts I am not so thrilled about it. It is getting frustrating really fast. Here are the issues I have encountered so far: 1. Each set of exercises is limited to 15 min and then you repeat the set for the total of 30 min.
Summary: I have to agree with many of the things previously said. However, there are two things that majorly bother me: -The first is that there's too much time between exercises. I usually follow classes and videos where the exercises build on each other in a combo and there's no down time - no time to even...
good fun - girlfriend prefers it to Activ 2 but not used last 2 months!
smartyPants "Smartypants", amazon.co.uk
27 May 2011
Summary: Bought this for my girlfriend who is a big keep fit fan & loves to exercise in the front room to celeb DVDs! We also bought the EA Games Activ 2 & we have both found that the Mel B is much better than the Activ 2 (which comes with loads of sensors & just feels a bit dull) Good fun, but how long you...