Summary: I waited to write a review on BL Challenge and when I saw it had 4 stars I knew I needed to write one. The concept is very good as far as the program you want to start and the level. The fitness level is determined by a 20 minute or so fitness test you do initially.
Summary: I'm not exactly sure if I am missing something or not, but I'm going to say that at least half these reviews are straight out lies, either that or there are multiple versions of the game. It's a shame because this game had the potential to be a ton of fun. To be fair.. Here is my pros and cons list.
Summary: I did a lot of research before I chose this game, and a lot of the reviews had good things to say about it. The workout itself was ok--but many older games (like yourself fitness) have the ability to get easier or harder as you do it to adjust to your needs. That would have been a plus.
Summary: I was so looking forward to this game, as I am a big fan of the show. Well I finally got it and it is such a disappointment. First off, it DOES NOT use your Wii Mii character. You have to type in your name, birthdate, etc. then use one of the BL contestants to represent you in the game.
Heather Shannon, LCPC "The Holistic Psychothe..., Amazon
13 December 2009
Summary: Based on the amazon reviews, this sounded like a fun product and a good workout. After using it once, I already have 3 major problems with it. 1. It is quite hard to move the Wii remote arrow around the screen. It seems to move way too fast/far with a small movement of my wrist.
Summary: I've had the game for more than a month now. As a way of background, I am a reasonably fit male in mid-30s. Used to be quite active, but now between kids and office work, I need to figure a way to workout at home. So I bought the game to guide me through basic cardio workouts.