Summary: This is such a fun game to play with your family and friends. It is very fun to watch yourself or others fight in the game. If two people stand close, both people will appear on the screen and can fight together! Or you can extend yourself by holding things like guitars, towels or little kids. This is the most played game when guests come over. However, you need to be at least around 5ft tall to be properly displayed on the screen.
Summary: The accuracy is tracked very nicely, the game does seem to think physical jumps are sometimes back flip gestures, but you're usually having so much fun you do not care. The game is also challenging in two ways outside of the occasional missed movement: the first one being that you will work up a sweat, although the missions are short, within 5 to ten minutes you may be winded; secondly you will find that the computer can be quite brutal, you MUST learn to block and...
Summary: My kids LOVE playing this game! It super-imposes you into the game, giving it a realistic approach to fighting the bad guys. High impact isn't the right way to describe it -- more like a complete workout! I played with them one time and had to stop after about 15 minutes as I clearly wasn't prepared for the butt-kicking I received while playing!
Summary: Watching a 6/7 year old with this game is a riot. It's worth the cost just to laugh at the kids playing it. Almost fell out of my chair laughing. Seems good too, especially for young boys who like to punch things.
Summary: For $20, I can't think of a better way to laugh and sweat. This is just like be dropped into Street Fighter or some arcade classic game. You are scanned in, in real-time, and you battle the bad guys. This absolutely should be marketed as an exercise game. I am using it as a major part of my cardio routine. It's a full body workout for aging parents.