Reviews and Problems with Deepak Chopra's Leela
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Was This Game Tested Before It Was Sold?
18 March 2014
Summary: The Kinect has a reputation for being unreliable. But whoever programmed this game did it with only one body type in mind. Since you use ALL of your body as a controller, you will not be able to beat several of the games, unless you have a thin waist and VERY wide hips. Not butt, but hips.
Summary: I was so excited to see a game from Deepak Chopra. Wow.....what a let down. This so-called "game" was hard, boring and I couldn't see the point. What a waste of money! I am thoroughly dissapointed. Sorry Deepak, you sir are NOT a game creator.
Summary: Leela is a tough "game" to review. I didn't purchase the game expecting a deep and rewarding gameplay experience, but I was hoping for a relaxing one. On the one hand, I did get what I expected from the guided meditation (or Reflect) exercises, which are indeed very relaxing and are a great way to...
Mixture of apples and oranges left bad after taste
WebsCo , GameStop
16 November 2011
Summary: New to meditation (as in never have successfully) I was intrigued enough to purchase Deepak Chopra's LEELA for the XBOX360 without checking any reviews. Didn't want to be tainted. However, after purchasing it, I sort of wish I had. It's hard to call this a game because it really isn't.
Amazon.co.uk showed this item available through a "reseller" who then didn't ship to The Netherlands, why not?
J te A "J te A", amazon.co.uk
7 January 2014
Summary: Amazon.co.uk showed this item available through a "reseller" who then didn't ship to The Netherlands, why not? The distance from the UK to any spot in The Netherlands, being a small country, is closer than from anywhere in England to Northern Ireland.