Reviews and Problems with The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout
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The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout mixes a fantastic franchise with the Kinect on the Xbox 360. The one knock against exercise games on the Wii is it is easy to cheat. People that do so are only cheating themselves.
Excerpt: Imagine being asked to create a new concept for a Massively Multiplayer Online game (MMO). What would you think? Where do you begin? Considering that MMOs are hardly thin on the ground these days, with new games cropping up (and dying out) with startling regularity, it’s clear that what every good...
Conclusion: It has a wide variety of exercises and intensity levels to choose from, and it will kick your butt if you’re willing to push yourself. Despite a few hiccups, the Kinect tracking works well, and overall, it’s a great workout game.
The Biggest Loser: Ultimate Workout Xbox 360 Review
30 November 2010
Excerpt: As your body is the controller, Kinect certainly has many advantages over its rivals when it comes to exercise games. In fact, there are so many fitness games available that possessing a gym membership is almost pointless if you have an Xbox 360 and Kinect.
The Biggest Loser Review: Reinvented As A Worthy Competitor
4 November 2010
Conclusion: Concept: Create a fitness game around The Biggest Loser brand that offers a full fitness program and quick play options
Graphics: Workout locations are bland, but character models move fluidly
Sound: The music sounds like anything you’ve heard in standard home fitness videos