Summary: Product was claimed to be like new however everytime i use it freezes and locks my entire Wii system up. I have to shut down my entire system when attemtping to use this. And it is not my WII system it is just this game. I feel like the seller sold me a jacked up game.
Summary: I really enjoyed the 2010 version and have been doing it for awhile so it was starting to get a little boring. This version sounded like it was a little more fun. I saw the reviews about the motion detection problems, but I have only a few excersises in the 2010 that I can't get it to read right so I figured it wasn't a big deal if there was a few in this one too. That was not the case.
Summary: Does not use the WII platform well, is awkward to use with many interruptions to an exercise routine. The "Mission" story line is lame at best and has no interactions with adversaries along the way. All in all it is a pretty lame program. Some of the exercises are good and you can get a good workout but it takes great patience to use this program and get to the exercises. Save your money.
Summary: I have read some of the reviews and do agree with a few. The Avatar is a little tricky. It does not seem to react properly, especially if you don't know how to do the exercise being requested. Also, it is a pain to keep calibrating the Wii board but I also look at it as being a slight break from the exercise. I did the total body work out today and a mission. I am sore already. Also, the music is too loud. You need to go to the profile setting and turn it down.
Summary: I got this thinking I'd get a good workout. My plan is to do a different exercise game everyday, and I thought this would be something decent. While I did get a nice sweat going (via running in place), I had to pause to calibrate before every "exercise" which came randomly during a run through a maze. Then, the remote didn't follow my moves for certain exercises. I think I will stick with EA Sports Active 2.