Reviews and Problems with Jillian Michaels' Fitness Adventure
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1 November 2013
Summary: If you do not have a big room when playing this game, then you will find yourself bumping into things. The game is fun, challenging, and seemingly innovative for a motion game. Had trouble with it detecting motion sometimes, but I think the room I have the Xbox is is too small.
Summary: I won't be able to use any of the data for monitoring progress because it doesn't register what i'm doing very well, but the workouts still get my heart rate way up. In that sense its really just like a workout dvd- turn it on, workout, ask your GF if you look any better. :-)
Pros: workouts are pretty legit- about as good as you'll get for $15, but nothing more than a standard workout dvd.
Cons: -Kinect interface is awful- i'm still trying to figure kinect on the whole, but the other games I have seem to work fine. This one, however, loses me constantly and doesn't seem to register my movement very well. The game keeps track of your progress and gives a calorie burn total- but it seems t...
Summary: this is one of the hardest games or exercises i have ever done omg you have to be super fit to do this or be prepared not to walk the day after you do this but in general I LOVE IT......well worth the buy and wud reccomend it to anyone :)
Summary: This took about half an hour for me to set up my profile. it was just not registering me trying to get into each section. Once I got started, it acknowledged me running and some cardio work, but forget all floor exercises as it did not register me at all!!!!!!
Summary: This is a good game and certainly gives you a good workout but it is a bit basic. I thought that Jillian would be doing an interactive workout with me, as with other Kinect fitness games such as Nike training etc.
Summary: This game would be so much fun if they had put a little more work into the tracking ability. What I mean is that if the Kinect doesn't pick up your every movement, it doesn't move on to the next exercise. I can be there doing a zillion lunges and being told "Come on, you can do better than that!