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Wii Fit Plus
8.6 out of 10

Wii Fit Plus

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Overall 8
Design 8
Gameplay 7

Wii Fit Plus

14 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Wii Fit continues to rank high in monthly sales charts more than a year after its release, turning health and fitness into a new gaming genre with more than a few imitators. More a revision than a sequel, Wii Fit Plus replaces its predecessor and expands it with new games, tools, and exercises.
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Wii Fit Plus (Wii)

Crispy Gamer
6 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Making exercise less boring. For millions of gamers, this was the promise of the original Wii Fit . Sure, the game and its scale-like Balance Board controller could guide and grade you through simple yoga poses and strength-training exercises.
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Overall 4

Expert Review

11 August 2009
  • Excerpt: It’s not every day that a product is launched to such universal acclaim and retail success as Wii Fit was. That success was deserved, given the innovative nature of the product.
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E3 2009: The Five: Wii Fit Plus

Crispy Gamer
11 June 2009
  • Excerpt: 1. Let's get the boring stuff out of the way first. As the trailer shows, there's a smattering of six new yoga poses and strength-trainers for those of you who like to use your Wii Balance Board for boring stuff.
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Review: Wii Fit Plus

The Review Crew
6 March 2011
  • Summary: Wii Fit Plus will be a welcome addition to anyone who owns the Wii balance board. The minigames are fun, and the new exercises add some flavor to what has become an all too familiar routine for avid Wii Fit users.
  • Pros: Doubt anyone will lose serious weight playing this game, Ability to track your pets weight…seriously?, More of a “second edition” rather than a true sequel, Fun new activities, Plan your own routines, New calorie counter, The price! $20 for the game, $99 for the bundle
  • Cons: Doubt anyone will lose serious weight playing this game, Ability to track your pets weight…seriously?, More of a “second edition” rather than a true sequel
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Overall 8

GAME REVIEW – Wii Fit Plus (Nintendo Wii)

Alternative Magazine Online
29 March 2010
  • Conclusion: While it won’t replace a gym, the Wii Fit Plus will give a person a decent workout if they take their time and follow it steadily. It’s a perfect tool for people who are just starting to take an interest in fitness, or if someone is maybe too shy to head to the gym just yet.
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Overall 9

Wii Fit Plus [Wii] Review

28 March 2010
  • Excerpt: I think many people (me included) were guilty of purchasing the original Wii Fit with the intentions of getting toned and healthy by using it every day, but it didn’t really work out that way and it became a tool to do the occasional warm up to make you feel better about yourself.
  • Pros: Create your own exercise regimes, More fun activities than, Calorie Counter is good real life indicator
  • Cons: Criticised BMI is still used, Some dialogue is too long, Not much to unlock, which might demotivate some players
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Overall 8

The release of EA Sports Active highlighted one of the original Wii Fit's most glaring flaws--its pacing

Good Gear Guide.au
26 January 2010
  • Summary: With a decent amount of fun new minigames and more intense exercises, Wii Fit Plus is worth paying $29.95 for. As far as fitness coaching goes, however, other titles have passed it by.
  • Pros: The new games are even more fun than the original Wii Fit's, the new exercises are strenuous (in a good way), you can create Miis for your pets, you can also make babies out of your Miis
  • Cons: The custom routines are too short, it's still very difficult to get keep your heart rate up throughout a workout, high scores don't save in all modes
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Wii Fit Plus

10 November 2009
  • Excerpt: Who would’ve thought that an exercise video game would sell 20+ million copies worldwide in less than two years? While Nintendo didn’t invent the health & fitness genre its Wii Fit certainly eclipsed the competition.
  • Pros: There are now 60 activities. The addition of a multiplayer offering and custom fitness routines is great.
  • Cons: Still no online play. BMI is considered unreliable by health professionals as an accurate measure of fitness.
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Wii Fit Plus video game review

30 October 2009
  • Summary: Wii Fit Plus builds on the strong foundations of its predecessor to provide a fun and varied home fitness experience.
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