Reviews and Problems with Zumba Fitness World Party
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Barely uses the Kinect technology
Michigan Engineer, Amazon
26 December 2014
Summary: If you're looking at the sample screens and think any of the on-screen dancers represent the user, you are incorrect. The pics don't even show the tiny little silhouette that Kinect tracks. It's a waste of the technology..
Summary: So very disappointed. I had Zumba on the 360, bought this when we got xbox one. The "instruction" is horrible and only shows one move at a time. It doesn't show you the steps of the dance first.
Summary: Zumba Fitness World Party is a fitness programme that offers a lot of different types of dance styles. In addition, you can choose between the 20 min, 40 min or 60 min work outs. I found it to be a fairly good workout with a lot of variety, but it does lack a decent warm-up/down.
Summary: I bought this for my wife and she spent 10 minutes struggling to enter commands with the kinect before giving up. I gave it a try and I had the same issues. The game may have some good content, but the user interface was so poor that we never had a chance to try it.
Summary: The menus are designed to be navigated only via voice command or hand commands. Frequent erroneous selections are inevitable. This game launches players into rapidly changing advanced dancing without any available instructions or slower playback.
Summary: Easy to follow....you do get prompts for the next moves which are repetitive (you can change the setting to your comfort level) for those who think its too hard...funny thing is you get better the more you practice! I love about 90% of the songs. Keep dancing and have fun!
Summary: The actual dancing part is wonderful, my 3 year old and my wife all participate and have a blast! The problem is it only takes voice commands or hand signals, both of which are VERY sketchy. I've almost turned it off a couple of times due to the inability to get it to another song or workout.
Summary: Zumba is a fantastic game for those who want to have a variety of music and culture in their dancing game, and a fun one to boot. It's a bit more forgiving than Just Dance 2014, so when you hear the music and see the dance patterns it usually gives credit where credit is due, unless you aren't...
Gameplay is good, menu system is super frustrating.
12 January 2014
Summary: I bought this game for my wife, who attends Zumba classes twice a week. Overall she seems to enjoy it. Pros: Good variety of songs. Tracking seems to be improved over Xbox 360. Good workout. Cons: Navigating the menu systems is very flustering. This is our biggest problem in the game.