Conclusion: Lots of leaderboards could have been included in the game (time spent/high scores/calories burnt). I have not found any leaderboards in this game. Achievements are extremely reasonable for someone looking to complete a game.
Excerpt: You won’t find an array of options in Zumba Fitness Rush that let you target specific body parts. In fact, you can’t choose to do that at all. You’re either on your feet — working your arms, abs, glutes, quads, and calves as you keep up with the (mostly) Latin-dance mashups — or you’re sitting in exhaustion. If that doesn’t sound different than what Rush ’s predecessor, Zumba Fitness ( OXM rating: 6.5), aimed for, you’re right: it’s not.
Pros: + Laser-focused interval training will leave every muscle deliciously sore., + Engaging trainers; catchy music; challenging choreography; option to create custom classes.
Cons: ? If videogames can make us like Zumba, can they do the same for yoga?