Summary: I read other reviews and some people said that the game is really good so I bought it but it is actually for people who really want to lose weight. I only got it to play for fun (I am skinny enough) but it's not really fun, so if you want to lose weight this game is good for that but if you just...
Summary: While the game is fun, I don't like how once you set a goal, it won't let you more than you want in a day. You can do various things after you've done the things they want you to do on that day to meet your goal, but it's hard to do a full workout.
Summary: When you first do the test don't push yourself too hard or the game sets you up with exercises you are not ready for. I learned that the hard way. If you are not in good shape set to easiest level & work through it to build up.
Summary: This game is ok. You can change you avatar because the one they chose for you based on weight and height looks nothing like me. Maybe because I am more toned or something. I don't know. But the one they gave me made me not even want to exercise at all. I like Jillian better than Bob.
Summary: I been using the biggest losser for the last 25 weeks. When I started using this product I was 5 foot 5 201 Pounds. Now I am 5 foot 5 and 150 Pounds. The only complente I have is that the game does not read all your movements.
Summary: Pasted from a different website. The game was purchased in January; I updated my review in May. I've been using The Biggest Loser Challenge for the Wii for about a week, now - thought I'd post my thoughts, since the reviews here helped me make the decision to buy it in the first place.
Summary: This game starts with a challenge to find out the best place for you to begin a workout regime, and lets you customize what you want out of the game. The exercises are challenging, and the routines change daily. My biggest problem with this game is the sensitivity to the Wii-Mote.