Summary: i am a white girl with no rhythm and for me this zumba game is "no bueno"... i ant clearly see the steps nore does it correct me when i go with the wrong leg... i cant get he steps down for the life of me and honestly i dont like it....
Not a good beginner's guide to zumba, poor quality graphics.
8 April 2013
Summary: This is the beginning generation of movement based gameplay. It will work as long as you move the controller (no matter which way or how). Dance styles are not easily learned, as the computer goes to fast for you to fully grasp what they are doing. There is not much in the way of choices for music, most of it is latino based. Visual performance is very poor, mostly just lights flashing and a poor CGI background.
Summary: I am incredibly dissapointed with this tape especially for the price I paid ; there's no variety on any of the classes; you pretty much do the same thing over and over; each class might have one new dance routine, but that's it; if I do a cardio and/or core class, you end up doing the same steps to the same music.
Summary: 1. it doesn't track use (i.e, how long sessions last). I like to know, without having to write it down, how long I've worked out and my progression toward the next level. 2. the sensor doesn't pick up many of my movements, especially belly dancing. 3. there is no option for exiting the program. 4. I found the tutorial to learn the steps hard to catch on to, and it blew through many of the movements. 5.
Summary: This game is not what I thought it would be because the tutorials are very brief and you can basically play without the belt or the remote. But I have been to Zumba classes and thats how they are there. I feel like I'm wasting my time when I play. This is basically an exercise routine. Not to be racist but I am hispanic and this was not meant for us.