Summary: I used this when I started working out about 2 years ago. I'd give it 3 stars back then. For a beginner it gets you moving and active, but isn't a trainer - you can have completely horrible form and be doing the exercises entirely wrong without it noticing, ect. (even stuff that it SHOULD technically pick up like just standing there instead of planking, and so on) Also you'll end up having to skip about 1/3rd to 1/4th of the exercises out of frustration when one of the...
Summary: I used the first Sports Active and More Workouts and was very satisfied with them. However, I was frustrated with always having to hold controllers or wear that Nunchuck holder. I used the Xbox version with lots of frustration, and pain (see my review on the Xbox version). So, I have decided to go back to the Wii version.
Summary: Just started using it, Its just what I'm looking for to exercise at home. It was very easy to follow the directions from the game. It has a variety of set ups to choose from you can even workout with a friend. I would recommend this to any of my friends and family. I like the fact you can see how intense your working out by tracking your heart rate. It lets you know if you can work harder or if you have to slow down.
Summary: The kinect features don't work properly, The graphics look cheap and uninspired and the trainers are rude and irritating. the sports watch didn't work. Everytime my wife plays this I hear allot of angry shouting and the kinect has been thrown at the wall a few times because of the glitches
Summary: I have purchased 2 of these items now. Both times I have no communication between the sensors and the USB key. I even tested them all out on a friends Wii to make sure mine was not faulty. The problem is the game WILL NOT WORK without the USB key. ALSO the online communities and help were all cancelled by EA Sports within the first year of the product coming out! Not good. I had such high hopes for this product after my experiences with the previous versions.
Summary: The online forum was discontinued April 13, 2012. So, now you can't save your reports. And the arm tracker doesn't track, so you get stuck in the game with an exercise that you are doing but not getting credit for and it's a total dead end because there is no button to press to skip an exercise. I spent lots of time with my heart rate elevated yelling at the "personal trainer" that I am doing the darn exercise, can't you tell?!
Summary: I used this game for about 10 minutes (maybe even less), and I was already breaking a sweat. It was very challenging and I loved it, but then the sensors stopped working and my character on screen wouldn't move which meant I couldn't move onto the next step of the workout EVER. The game was a gift and I took a while to get around to setting it up so I was way beyond the return period by the time I started playing it, which means I got a very expensive 10 minute workout...