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Active
8.0 out of 10

Active

Revolutionize your workout regimen with EA SPORTS Active, the ul Read more

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Overall 4
4.0

Only worth target practice now!!

zindin8, CNET
19 March 2012
  • Summary: Over all, it was a good core product that was brought down by poor technology usage. Since the heart rate monitor worked flawlessly, the left arm receiver worked by default. The right side arm & leg transmitters, since they were Independent, were very problematic to say the least.
  • Pros: When it worked it was perfect. I was always sweating after each session.
  • Cons: When it stopped responding it defeated the purpose of the system. it actually became a hindrance. To have a your heart rate up only to have come crashing down you can't get receiver & transmitter to function right was very disappointing.
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User Review

thatSamIam, play-asia.com
19 November 2010
  • Summary: If you are looking for something with a bit more challenge than Wii Fit while again having the chance to play some fun exercise games then EA Sports Active is the game for you. My wife and I have run rings around Wii Fit Plus and this gave us further motivation to get off the couch and lose some...
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killiant, play-asia.com
13 November 2009
  • Summary: Really like the set up and exercises, as it adds a variation to Wii Fit. Only negative was occasionally num-chuck didn't properly co-incide with the exercise
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superpre, play-asia.com
7 October 2009
  • Summary: I recommend anyone starting this who isn't used to a workout to start on the lowest difficulty. I made the mistake of starting on medium and after the first session (lasting about 1/2 an hour), I could barely stand up. My legs were like jelly! You'll get a good cardio workout from this.
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whgb, play-asia.com
7 October 2009
  • Summary: Though Wii Fit has fun balance games, this is far superior for exercise and motivation, and you don't even need the balance board. In fact, the "balance board-enhanced" activities are nearly universally worse than their non-balance board counterparts.
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theotherone22, play-asia.com
12 September 2009
  • Summary: All you need to know about this product is that it works. No it wont really make working-out much more fun or enticing than it already is but it will keep you motivated to keep going and provides you with a good set of exercises which you can do at home.
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glimjoon, play-asia.com
10 September 2009
  • Summary: Owning both WiiFit and EA Sports Active (SA), I found SA to be a more serious fitness product. As well as using the balance board, the elastic ribbon provides further interactivity with stretches, boxing and arm exercises.
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gunawan_oei, play-asia.com
1 September 2009
  • Summary: No Need to go to Fitness Centre.., now you can learn and exercise at your own house. You simulate Running, Jumping, bicept and tricept exercises. You can learn boxing, basketball even tennis... all in one game. Simply good game and make you health allday !!
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Overall 8
8.0

EA sports active (used)

caroline russell, amazon.co.uk
31 January 2014
  • Summary: my parcel arrived well on time, and was well packaged. Everything was included as advertised and i am well pleased with it. The only bad thing ( but nothing to do with the supplier) i had to go out and buy another restraint rope, because i only used theres twice and it ripped in half!!!!
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
8.0
Sound quality 6
6.0
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 10
10

Something to do on a snowy day Wii Active!

Nicoma, Ciao
5 December 2013
  • Excerpt: Who wants to work out in the living room! This girl does! I’m not a huge fan of going to the gym and smelling the awful nasty body odor. With the Wii Active I can do all the working out at home in my living room without the hassle of paying a gym membership and a trainer, or trying to find a...
  • Pros: easy to follow instructions, working out at home .
  • Cons: remote can be touchy at times
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