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Review: Adidas MiCoach (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Diehard GameFAN
2 October 2012
  • Summary: : Adidas MiCoach is a series of fantastic ideas tied to a shell that doesn’t pay those off, and the end result is a workout game that’s mildly problematic at the best of times and essentially useless at the worst. There are a large variety of workout options built into the game, and the game looks and sounds serviceable enough to work as intended.
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Overall 6

Diverse, enjoyable workout game with heavy Adidas branding.

Common Sense Media
29 September 2012
  • Summary: Parents need to know that miCoach is a fitness-oriented program that requires the Xbox Kinect or PlayStation MOVE to work. It is a heavily branded game featuring Adidas. Players can set up a fitness regimen that spans several weeks and work through different elements of a designed program. For example, a  fitness program may include exercising three times a week for three weeks.
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adidas miCoach

10 September 2012
  • Excerpt: Train with your favourite rugby, tennis, football, or basketball sports stars in your own time in your own..
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Overall 4

Adidas miCoach Review: Training with a sweaty mess

23 August 2012
  • Excerpt: For those looking to tone their bodies and get in shape, nothing beats going to gym or getting a one-on-one session with a private trainer. But for those who cannot afford it or would simply prefer something different, fitness video games are a great alternative that give players an interactive workout experience at home and surpass what a DVD workout can provide.
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Overall 3

Adidas miCoach Review

13 August 2012
  • Excerpt: This fitness "game" takes all the wrong turns and ends up being counter-productive in the end.
  • Pros: + Targeted programs, + Online features, + Good ideas
  • Cons: Awful movement tracking, Extra requirements, Technical frustrations, Overcomplicated workout selection, Fitness games are nothing original
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Overall 9
Video quality 8

Adidas miCoach

BluRay Authority
1 August 2012
  • Excerpt: Thanks to the Kinect, the X-Box 360 has a wealth of excellent exercise games available. Adidas miCoach is one of the newest exercise games for Kinect, but does it provide a competent workout? This game puts an emphasis on being able to train with real athletes, which is sure to attract attention. The roster of sports stars is impressive, with Ana Ivanovic, Dwight Howard, Tyson Gay, Eric Berry, and others all involved.
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'Adidas miCoach' review

Digital Spy
14 August 2012
  • Excerpt: is the latest in a long line of fitness games for Kinect, though few have contained quite the same level of star power - other than
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3 March 2015
  • Excerpt: 1. Gå ut och springa en timme Du kommer hinna komma hem från jobbet, byta om, springa en timme, duscha och börja äta middag innan du är färdig med att försöka möblera om vardagsrummet så att Kinect och Micoach känner av dig.
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Overall 8

The Wolf Among Us

Xbox Aktuell
21 November 2014
  • Summary: "The Wolf Among Us" ist ein sehr unterhaltsamer und auch düsterer Krimi. Starke Dialoge, vielschichtige Charaktere und die große Entscheidungsfreiheit sorgen für eine spannende Crime-Story in einer glaubwürdigen Parallelwelt. Leider ist das Ende der ersten Staffel zu schnell erreicht, was fehlender Rätseltiefe und dem gehemmten Erkundungsdrang geschuldet ist. Nichtsdestotrotz bekommt man ein technisch stark überholtes Point-and-Click-Adventure geboten.
  • Pros: Große Entscheidungsfreiheit mit Konsequenzen, Vielschichtige Charaktere, Spannende, düstere Crime-Story, Starke Dialoge und passende Gestik und Mimik, Exzellente englische Sprecher, Technisch spürbar verbessert
  • Cons: Geringe Spieldauer, Keine fordernden Rätsel, Gehemmter Erkundungsdrang
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Overall 10

Expert Review

13 August 2014
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