Excerpt: EA sports active is a game aimed at helping you loose weight and tone up through following the interactive exercises on the game. Don't worry if you did not own the previous one you do do not need it to be able to enjoy this one and in my opinion this one is much better then the original with more...
Pros: Easy to use works if you stick at it
Cons: Sometimes does not respond to movements can be frustrating
Summary: This Wii sport game is ok but I find it very hard to do some of the exercises when I have to hold onto the wii remote and exercise band. I find that I don't get the proper form that I fight with the game. I think if people can figure out to do all exercises then it will be great.
Summary: I love the leg workouts. You WILL kick your own butt with this workout. As much as I was cursing for some of them to be over and done with, I saw results. I would have given this a 4 star but the problems I always encountered was the use of the Wii board and the remote.
Summary: After using Wii Active I wanted more variety and bought More Workouts. It truly delivers a great workout and challenges my physical abilities. I definitely recommend it for those who are looking for a workout at home.
Summary: Its even better then the first one, and with a lot less glitches on the exercices as well. I combine P90X with Wii Active more workouts and its really great. I use it mainly for cardio and the pre set programs have defenitly going to take you where you want to go, i tried the easy and the hard and...
Summary: I love this version to the original EA Sports Active...both are fantastic games to play when you want to stay in shape. I was looking for a program with my WII that would make me get up in the morning to do exercise. I found it in both versions....love it love it.
Summary: I am loving this game and the Sports Active one. I did the 30 day challenge previously and am on the 6 week challenge and I can see extensive changes in my body, even using just the regular fitness band.
Summary: This game has terrible controls. It doesn't register the fact that the exercises are being done, and it won't move foreward unless the exercises are done 'correctly'. The only way to move on is to skip the exercises, but then it isn't much of a workout.
Summary: EA Sports Active More Workouts does not disappoint! When its predecessor came out, I thought they couldn't possibly improve on this, but I was wrong. EA Sports Active More Workouts rocks and has a whole new set of exercises that will take your breath away, literally.