Summary: Sad... Instead of using actual moves and combinations in fighting or boxing, this game pretty much uses your body as a controller. You need to make certain motions to perform certain moves. This game is NOT "point of view," so the fighting experience is more like playing Street Fighter II or Tekken.
Summary: By the reviews we were really confused if we should buy it or not. We really wanted a fighting game which uses kinect and so this was one of the games in our list. Finally we decided to buy it and I must say I don't regret the decision.
Summary: straight fighting game, literally. I played for about an hour before i was exhausted! the kids played for hours. i do have a lot of space in my living room so i never run into problems punching the ceiling fan or kicking family members in the head.
Summary: This game is a real workout. This will certainly prepare you for a fight. It might be too strenuous for many older folks since it requires a lot of movements. I'm a middle-aged guy in average shape and I was pretty sore after playing it the first couple of times.
Summary: Yes, the storyline is garbage and some of the moves do not register. However, the basic moves usually work. For now, it's the best fighting game for getting a cardio workout that I've found. It's fun to play against a friend as long as you both know that some moves will not always be recognized.
Kick, punch & sweat- Great cardio work out! (fit 47yr. M)
Rob Moulthrop, Amazon
9 January 2015
Summary: Added this to my cardio routine when Santa brought an Xbox into our home- easy, fun way to work up a sweat quickly, plus the game play has me moving and kicking (high and hard) repeatedly in ways I never would without the video interface.
Summary: Good for just messing around with friends. The story is good for learning the moves but not much else. There's really not a lot of moves or skill involved, sorta like a button masher that uses your body. Great exercise if you get into it though.