Summary: This is okay. But not nearly enough interaction. Jillian only gives minimal comments and none are really typical to the hard-core Jillian we know and love. She could have done better. The exercise programs you make don't flow, you have to keep stopping between exercises to start the next one.
Summary: I bought this "game" because I thought it would be fun to be trained by Jillian Michaels, but everything about this release is disappointing. In this age of immense computer graphics this feels like stepping back 10 years. The graphics are bland.
Summary: I started playing Active by EA Sports before I started this game, and I have been really impressed by the workout, motivation, pace, sensitivity and intensity of most of the Active exercises. But after a month or so, you get a little bored of the same workout over and over. So I popped in Jillian.
Summary: I was truly expecting a quality game being Jillian Michaels allowing her likeness to be in this game....but that is sadly not the case. Aside from the actual exercises, this game layout and interface is very poorly designed and developed..
Summary: After having used Wii EA Sports Active, the Ultimatum was a real disappointment. There were comparatively few exercises, and no built-in instruction (the only instruction is in the booklet that comes with the game).
Summary: I received this game as a gift because I love the Jillian Michael's dvds (Burn Fat Boost Metabolism, and 30 Day Shred) which are a great workout! I assumed this game would be similar and wanted it as soon as I got a Wii Fit. However the game is rather boring and not a good workout.
Wii balance board support is horrible! Subpar overall.
A fellow reader, Amazon
7 September 2010
Summary: I know the 2009 version of this game got pretty bad reviews but the reviews for this one seemed a lot better so I figured I'd try it plus I got it on sale. It was horrible though. The Wii board support is pretty bad and she does moves but you have to guess at how to interact with the board.
Summary: You have to know, I do NOT exercise, and have never done so. I was using the Wii Fit which was okay but I was looking for something more circuit oriented. This game had 2 different circuits you can do for total body, and they work you out good (or they at least did for me!