Summary: There were a lot of complaints about the first zumba game, but I actually enjoyed it more. The music was catchier and more lively, and the moves were a lot easier to follow. In Zumba Rush, the popular songs are fun to dance to, but there are a lot of slow songs.
Summary: Well, the game is a good workout if you make sure you're putting 110% into it because it does a poor job of judging your movements for you. I hate the menu, it is so not user friendly and took a long time to figure out where everything was.
Summary: I have had this "game" for a couple of months and still felt compelled to give it a review. It is really hard to navigate. I can't tell what is happening. There are two windows with the the top half and bottom half of my body. But the bodies are hard to make out and there appears to be a lag time.
Summary: I already had a Zumba game and bought this one as it specifically said it had LMFAO and Shakira on there. I was utterly disappointed to find it does not. Here's the official track list: [...] Wish I'd see that before and saved my money.
Summary: Having just bought an Xbox 360s with Kinect I decided to utilise the kinect functionality and try to improve my fitness. I have a couple of fitness "games" now for the xbox and find them both enjoyable and beneficial.
Summary: The game is slow in upstarting and menu is a bit annoying and not "smart". The game and classes are not that many to choose from and they are all very much alike. From medium to hard.. I have only tried the hard a few times.. and I don't really find it fun, more stupid.
Summary: Bought this for my Fiancee so she could dance with my Step-Daughter along with Dance Central 2 and the games couldn't be any more different. Zumba Fitness is clunky compared to Dance Central with the game not picking people up at least half of the time.