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Zumba Fitness


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Great weight loss game

posted by gamer729 (DULUTH, GA) Jun 1, 2011

Member since Jun 2011

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

I really love this game it really does make you sweat and it also help you burn calories. When I first played I didnt like it because it was to long but then i gave it a chance and actully like it. If u like dancing,workingout,and burning calories then you should try Zumba fitness.

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posted by hazelheart (EVERETT, WA) Apr 2, 2011

Member since Dec 2010

5 out of 44 gamers (11%) found this review helpful

i didn't like the game at all probably because i don't know how to dance, but still i got tired of listing to the same music and i didn't even have to dance to earn points all i did was shake the wii remote sooo.....i don't think its worth buying or even renting

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No instructions; too sensitive

posted by Wildspirit90 (SEATTLE, WA) Nov 28, 2012

Member since Nov 2012

So I had a few issues with this game. The first one was that there was no spoken instruction as to what you are supposed to do. For the basic steps, its fine, but once you get to more complicated dance moves it gets VERY confusing to try and follow the person on the screen. This is compounded by my second, bigger issue with this game. The motion sensor is either too sensitive or not sensitive enough, I can't decide which. Any movement of my hand whatsoever causes the game to think I've successfully completed the step, which means that the instructor lady on the screen goes from slowly demonstrating the basic move to full-speed, full-motion dancing in maybe 7 seconds as I gape at her in complete confusion. It's absolutely impossible to follow along, even in easy mode, because every time I moved in any direction doing anything I score and move on to the next step, even if all I have done is move my arm. Try as I did, I could not master the second lesson in the game, and barely managed to beat the first with any sense of knowing how I got from "step forward, and back, and forward with the other foot" to full-on Calypso.

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