Summary: I have to say it is quite pricy and can be picky when you try to sync it to the wii. It is not easy to set up but once it is set up, it is great- for some people. I found I didnt use mine as much as I thought I would, but I use it enough to not make it worth it to return it. It is still a great buy though, and I would still recomend it to anyone, but all people and the ways they may uise the wii balance board may differ. So how you are in this situation affects it.
Summary: It is ridiculous that we have to key 100 words about an item. if i was totally dissatisfied I could under stand the need for explanation however if an item is acceptable, what is the point? This could be a reason people do not respond. The only thing I did not like was there were no remotes that would have been included in the original set so it really wasn't a deal as I had to spend another 4100.00 for two remotes so that cancelled out the savings to this purchase
Summary: It is a good add on but 80% of what is in the game is the same as Wii Fit. While they added some needed functionality ( being able to switch users without exciting a game, and being able to create your own work out etc...) They added very few new Yoga Poses or regular exercises, only the balance games have been significantly altered. If already have Wii Fit I would not feel any need to upgrade.
Summary: I appreciate the great reviews. It really is a great game and worth the extra $20 to get it. But I am like the other 3 star viewers and feel that they could have added more. I don't mean more games, there are lots of those and I really enjoy the new games a lot! But I mean more flexibility. I would like to have seen a more random option for the pre-made workouts so that they still work the same groups but use a different collection of games.
Summary: All the games are definitely fun...but let's state the obvious, why does nintendo continue to limit everything... I want to make a routine using any or all of the exercises. How could they miss something this obvious? They also chose to limit which games should be multiplayer. I don't get it. Don't get me wrong, as a fun game... it's a fun game...but as a workout, it could've been so sweeeet, if they'd just stop limiting everything.
An improvement for sure, but still some frustrating things
Mary Jo Sminkey "15 years of Amazon Reviews!", Amazon
8 October 2009
Summary: I'm assuming that anyone viewing this is buying just Wii Fit Plus, without the board, and so am evaluating this as an upgrade to the original. I was so excited to get this upgrade as I was a fan of the Wii Fit from the time it came out, but it's since been put in the closet in favor of other exercise games (my current favorite being the Gold's Gym Shape Boxing). So I had high hopes for this, particularly after getting the awesome Wii Sports Resort.
This is really great for exercising and keeping track of your progress
Asma Mushtaq, Amazon
12 September 2014
Summary: This is really great for exercising and keeping track of your progress. But the software has some glitches such as: it doesn't always sense you are standing on the board, and it doesn't calculate your weight correctly sometimes when you have multiple user accounts.