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....
Summary: I don't understand why there are so many camera angles and stupid lighting changes just as the dancer is changing moves. I want to follow the instructor, not see "special effects." This alone makes me not want to play because it's very annoying and distracting. Some of the workouts are good, others are kind of slow, and this is coming from a beginner exerciser who has 20 pounds to lose. I get a better work out playing Just Dance.
Summary: I like all the zumba wii games... except one big factor. that waistband? Yeah I HATE IT. it rides up within ONE song and then it doesn't score you properly. So I play without it (which allows for more movement and a better workout) and then of course I score a 0 and that's kind of annoying. Maybe future games should allow a scoreless play.. like the normal DVDs, which I like a LOT LOT LOT more.
Summary: it is a wonderful work out but I feel like its impossible to dance and get good results without the belt or remote falling so I tend to just do it without the belt and get a bad score but it is still super fun
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've not done zumba before and found that the instructions were not always clear. All the dance steps are not in the instruction only the basics. For some workouts I couldn't follow what I needed to do. Workout was good in general.
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.
Conclusion: I was really looking forward to trying out this game but sad to say I was very unimpressed. Not really any great structure or incentive to it. I think they could have done alot more with it than they did.