Reviews and Problems with Active Life: Outdoor Challenge
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Active Life Outdoor Challenge
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Active Life Outdoor Challenge is another Wii video game that improves the image of the gamer, and the video game industry. The game comes with a dance pad kind of pad for walking, running, and jumping. Namco Bandai should be commended for releasing a video game that burns calories.
Namco Bandai's First Exercise Game is a Bit Too Little, a Bit Too Late
22 September 2009
Excerpt: It would have been smart for Namco Bandai to release this before Wii Fit, but it helps that Active Life is cheaper ($60) and most likely easier to find. Tackling the relatively brief career mode is sweat-inducing fun in the harder difficulties, and I enjoyed the retro Power Pad appeal.
Review: Active Life: Outdoor Challenge (Nintendo Wii)
14 October 2008
Excerpt: The first thing I thought when I saw Active Life sitting on the shelf was that some developer was trying to quickly cash in on the Wii Fit craze by releasing a similar game in order to fool people who couldn’t find Wii Fit into buying Active Life .
Conclusion: As the second true title to promote healthy activity and get people off the couch and moving, Outdoor Challenge does have a good array of games to get people up and moving. Sadly, the motivation may dwindle after a period of play.
Summary: The first in the Active Life series, Outdoor Challenge offers a variety of fast-paced games that engages your whole body for a fun and challenging experience. Using the specially-designed mat and the Wii Remote, players compete in over a dozen single and multi-player events like river rafting,...