Devin Stephens "(I Review, email in Profile)", Amazon
26 August 2012
Summary: I added this game to my library of fitness games.. I try to switch them in and out in order to keep them fresh!! This one overall feels like a budget game.. The menus are hard to navigate, the graphics arnt very good, and the motion controls arent the best!
Summary: I thought that this game was just okay. However, I can be a bit scatterbrained... I bought this game once, tried it and didn't really like it that much. I liked the workouts as they were, but in integration with the board and the Wiimote, things just got awkward.
Summary: I was constantly interrupting my playtime to have to recalibrate the Wii balance board or the Wii remote. I felt this took away from the aerobic exercise I was supposed to achieve while playing the game which I did not obtain.
Summary: I have to say that I was hesitent about purchasing this game. I had tried the 2009 version and was completly turned off. I wanted to give it a second chance, but didn't want to waste valuable workout time. I had purchaced the 2009 product used from Game Stop and knew I had only 7 days to return it.
LOVE Jillian, but this could definitely be better.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 April 2010
Summary: I am a HUGE fan of Jillian's work out videos and was so excited to try this one for Wii, but the workout is REALLY slow. I didn't even break a sweat because you have to keep pushing buttons to go to the next exercise and going to the main screen. I was really hoping for it to be better.
Really need the balance board to get the whole workout.
A. Breithaupt, Amazon
19 March 2010
Summary: The game requires you to have the balance board to give you any feedback on about half the exercises. Even the exercises that only require the wii remote really do not give you that good of feedback of how you are doing.