Reviews and Problems with The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout
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It is okay, not really as described..
CJs Thoughts, Amazon
18 April 2014
Summary: I have tried this for a few weeks. The sensor works pretty good, but, you need to be a large distance away from it -- like 14 to 16 feet. I learned that the hard way, when doing the fitness test. The camera was fine until I had to go to the floor. It only picked a part of me.
Summary: I LOVE this game. If I am too lazy to go out and do a work out at the gym I just pop this game in my xbox and it gives a really good work out! You can do pretty much any work out. Some work outs require the big ball, but majority of them you don't need anything! One thing i like is you can do yoga.
Summary: The game might be worth 4 stars out of 5. For most people it's probably great. Let's start with the UI. It's okay. Not great but okay. The Kinect really kind requires different menu's than something like the Wii - options have to be bigger and they shouldn't be close to each other since it's way to...
Summary: I agree with others posting here that it is hard navigate. The icons are simply pictures and you have to hover over them to see what those icons represent. Only thing is that if you hover too long it takes you there.
Summary: Let me say that the workouts on this game are teriffic. You can tailor the intensity to your level of fitness, however getting to the workingouts is the most frustrating thing in the world. The floating tracking ball is the most rediculous way to try and get to where you need to go.
Summary: I only have three things to say about this game. 1. Of all the Kinect games I've played, this is the HARDEST to set up. Creating your Sim-like character is the pits, and the navigation is horrible throughout the game. 2.
Summary: I have gotten great workouts from the Biggest Loser. The problem is that the ball of light to navigate menus is way too crazy. Very hard to control, it's almost as if it goes too fast, the ball is too small, and so are the menus. With other games it is easy to "lock in" on menus using your hand.
Summary: Bottom Line.. get it.. it's worth it.. I read all the reviews and decided to wait before submitting mine.. I've had it about 3 weeks, used it 15 or so times/ I'm over 60, started at 250+ lbs, rarely worked out before and have bad knees, tho pretty tech savvy I've yet to master this things controls.
Summary: I will skip my opinions about the difficulty to control as others have already covered that in their reviews. I did spend an hour standing in the living room trying to create my avatar only on the last step to hover over a button with a chasing arrow to rotate the avatar only to find out that button...
Summary: I too hate to submit a negative review but I'm disappointed with the "game". In addition to the problems cited by previous reviewers (endless loops, difficult to navigate) the body scan measurements were a little off.