Excerpt: It seems like only a year ago Nintendo released Wii Fit and launched the fitness gaming genre. Oh wait, they did! Now the Japanese game-maker is jumping on their own Plus-train by releasing a revised game, or an update if you like.
Excerpt: The Nintendo Wii helped to revolutionize the video game industry by changing the way people play video games. Instead of sitting around and pushing buttons, the Wii encouraged people to get up and move.
Pros: Fun minigames provide an entertaining way to work out.
Cons: Some graphics could lead to self-esteem issues; not as good as other games in terms of exercise.
Conclusion: To sum it all up, Wii Fit Plus is worth the cash. If you never owned the game before, you can buy it with the Balance Board for 100 bucks. On the other hand, if you already have the other game, you can just buy the new disc for $20, which is not a lot to pay for these valuable improvements.
Expanded version has great games and personalized workouts.
Common Sense Media
6 February 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Wii Fit Plus contains the original Wii Fit and adds more content. It can be purchased with the Wii Balance Board or as a separate disc if you already own the Wii Balance Board.
Summary: Wii Fit has undergone a bit of a cosmetic makeover and emerged as Wii Fit Plus, a more robust collection of mini-games utilizing the Wii Balance Board. Wii Fit Plus will not magically make you skinny; however, its offerings are fun enough to get your lazy butt up off the couch.
Pros: All exercises available immediately, 15 Fun new mini-games and multiplayer, Calorie Counter, My Wii Fit Plus allows you to customize routines
Cons: Clunky navigation, Turn-based multiplayer, Some may find the exercises too easy, Gives you a strange craving for Flan
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.
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.