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GF Rating
7.0

328 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

Great Workout Game!

posted by abartlett (PHOENIX, AZ) Apr 1, 2012

Member since Apr 2012

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

I loved this game with 2 small kids and I work grave shift it helps. It has select classes you can do if you have a limited time like I do. Different moves with each class you pick. I recommend buying this game! Zumba Rocks!

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GF Rating
6

Above Average

Fitness Yes! Gameplay No.

posted by greebo77 (ALLEN, TX) Mar 12, 2012

Member since Mar 2008

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Keep in mind that I have not had a chance to progress very far yet. This is a great workout, which is obviously the main intention. I am not very happy with the controls and some of the choices that they've made with the interface.

The Good:
Lots of variety on the workout options. Low, Medium, and High Intesity; Short, Medium, Long classes. Customizable classes. Play a single song....

Very fun.

The Bad:
The "euphoria" mode that you get when you do well is kind of hard on the eyes. I don't like it and wish I could turn it off.

The game says that it gives you feedback, but other than red for getting it wrong, I don't see any indication of the problem being my feet or arms or what.

I wish it would tell you that you are on Song 4 of 10 so that you know how much further there is to go. I selected a long class and gave up before it was over. I would have stuck with it if I only had 1 or 2 more songs to go, but there was no way of knowing.

The pop up window that shows upcoming moves only gives you a hint of the first part of the move. I prefer the way that Dance Central handles the move indicator. That is also only a hint of the movement, but it's broken down into more pieces than what Zumba shows, so it's easier to grasp and remember in smaller increments. In Zumba's case, you just have to learn a longer piece and remember it for next time. Since a Zumba class would not have any indicators, this is probably pretty realistic. :-)

I have a slightly difficult time getting the navigation to work properly. I wish the class menus were divided up so that you could select the level and then select the length, or vice versa. Instead, you have to navigate through all of the possible classes to find the easy/medium length class that you're looking for.

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GF Rating
2

Really Bad

Game is good

posted by blinkdukkey (DALLAS, GA) Jun 10, 2013

Member since Feb 2013

game is good but we sent it back a month ago and it stills says we have it

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