Summary: Was hoping this would be a winner for exercising indoors. Not so much for me. Actual walking with the animated figure just doesn't blend. Sometimes it's more confusing than accomplishing anything. I don't seem to pull it out much anymore. Still like Wii Fit better. And will go back to trying Callanetics again (on DVD) since it worked so well for me when I read the book and then the VHS version; hoping the added years won't make the movements impossible for me!
Summary: I ordered this game thinking I could get a good walking workout experience. However, you have to stop to click onto the icons in order to get off the island, the characters freeze up and dont move and the cursor goes haywire at times. I would not reccomend this for anyone except a couch potato.
Summary: This game just isnt very responsive, you'll be walking along and then your charachter will just stop walking even though you didnt. That and the environment is pretty awful to look at in the beginning. Does a nice job of tracking calories and distance traveled but with all the stopping its hard to say if these are at all accurate.
Summary: I was looking for something that would let me use my Wii to mimic walking outside when the weather's not good for it. This is too fast paced for that, and I find a get a cramp from walking with it, in a way I never get when I'm walking normally. There's very little explanation of what the little games are doing, either, and the whole interface is just not very intuitive. It takes too long to get to the screen you want, etc. Just not happy with it.
Summary: It's an ok game. I was hoping to get more exercise by walking, this is boring it is the same thing over it is like walking in place. Even though their are objects you are suppose to zap if you concentrate on the objects you lose your footing. Things done with Wii balance board are much better.
Summary: it boring walking in place. i enjoyed exerbeat or gold gym cardio so much more. I kinda want to built a good sweat to loss weight. i am surprised so many people are into monotomy. but i wished i passes on this one. i think this game (if u can call this ) is more suited for the elderly or those with medical issues that limits their ability to exercise. I guess if u can do this for hours u may be able to stay fit.
Summary: I read previous reviews and thought it would be more enjoyable than what it was. I thought I would walk but I found myself going faster and faster trying to keep up with the beats. Maybe I just don't have rhythm. Took me a while before I realized that I was supposed to click on things that I pass along the way to get extra stuff and areas. It's still fun but not as fun as I had hoped.
Summary: If you watch the previews for this game, you might notice that they don't actually show how the balance board works with this game. I did notice this before I pre-ordered, but decided that I'd take the chance anyway. I learned that the reason that they do not show the balance board in use with the game is very deliberate. To use Walk it Out! with the Wii balance board, you stand on the balance board and simply raise and lower your heels.
Summary: I need to offer some contrary opinion about this game. This game doesn't seem to have any purpose or challenge. All you do is walk and try to match a little to the beat, but it is not really a challenge. If the current price twenty seven dollars is not an issue with you, then i guess it doesn't hurt to get it anyway, to add to your library. Otherwise, try Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus first, or Just Dance. Wii Fit Plus's Basic Running is more fun than this game.