posted by namdevkld (ALISO VIEJO, CA) Sep 25, 2012
Member since Sep 2012
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
With the integration between the website, the video game, and the mobile app, the potential to have a one stop shop for social fitness is overwhelming. I was excited to try it. Alas, the game has such a difficult time finding me or recognizing my movements that I end up having to cancel events. It was just plain frustrating to need to only do 8 reps of something, but end up doing 30 because it can't figure out where I am. Then to add insult to injury to hear the coach say, "Just one more" for the tenth time.
posted by no24dupontgirl (COLUMBUS, OH) Oct 1, 2012
Member since Sep 2011
The number one thing a Kinect game has to do is see what you are doing. There are good games like Kinect Sports 1&2 and EA Sports Active and there are bad games like Fighters Uncaged and Games Party in Motion. Especially with an exercise game recognition is the key. No one wants to do endless reps because the game doesn't count what you do. This game is frustratingly bad when it comes to seeing you. This game showed potential but falls flat. I've played all the workout games and this one is at the bottom of the list, rent EA Active 2 or YSFE2 instead