Summary: The idea behind this game is great, the problem is the eyetoy camera is simply not ready for the concept. Even if you have ideal lighting and space in the room w/ your PS2, there will be many times that your score is affected by the camera not registering hits. Some game modes work fairly well but some, like the aerobics section, fail miserably.
Summary: After my first time playing the game I would have given the overall package a perfect 5 stars. Then, about after a couple days of play I began to notice all the annoying kinks in the game. The eyetoy itself requires a lot of space and a lot of lighting. I'm lucky enough that I barely have any furniture in my living room, but I still had to push everything further out.
Summary: product is cool to use but it takes ages to select what you want as it doesnt always register right away but once in the games it registers well. otherwise for the cheap price you are paying nowdays its not bad.
Summary: Being a scranny little lad who enjoyed playing games, I thought this game would be a great addition to my playtime, using my eyetoy to actually improve my life! While it was useful, some problems made some parts unbearable. The game starts by asking you basic questions to see what kind of plan you want. The game then makes a plan for you, and records if you stick to it or not, telling you off if you miss a day, which is cool. there are various things to do in the game.
Summary: I hate to finally admit it, but this game sucks. Seriously it does. I brought it with all the optimism in the world, thinking that the dusty eyetoy on top of my TV would finally be in constant use again. Hell, I knew I needed to do some kind of exercise, so why not try Kinetic? I picked it up and stuck it in late at night when everyone was asleep (I didnt really want anyone see me prance around like an idiot.