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Active Life: Extreme Challenge (Wii)

Active Life: Extreme Challenge (Wii)
alaScore 80

11 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews of Active Life: Extreme Challenge (Wii). The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Comments are divided on the multi player mode, but there are some critical reviews about the gameplay.


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Active Life: Extreme Challenge (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Active Life: Outdoor Challenge


Sweat bands and your pride not included. Not every game out there is built for the inactive, out-of-shape reviewer. Nothing drives this point home more than Namco Bandai's latest Wii...

Great Mii support ; Mini-games all feel diverse ; Gets you off the couch

Harder difficulties deter the fun ; Sloppy presentation

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Monsoon (

Active Life: Extreme Challenge Review


A challenge to like.

Fun multiplayer; Entertaining look; Different uses for mat

Elevator music; Annoying remote usage; Crowded mat in multiplayer modes

Sep, 2009

Expert review by : Heath Hooker (

Active Life: Extreme Challenge Review


Active Life: Extreme Life may look fun in the trailer, but is much different once you play it

The under-responsive game mat and uninteresting mini-games really took away anything that was remotely good about the game. It is essentially an average game that some kids might have fun with, but that is all it is.

Sep, 2009

Expert review by : Danielle Riendeau (

Active Life: Extreme Challenge Rev..


Extreme challenge #1: not destroying your TV in rage.

Fun aesthetic, great overall idea, solid minigames

Spotty controls and unbelievably unforgiving gameplay

Despite having tons of potential and a few very bright ideas, it's impossible to fully recommend this game. Go with the infinitely superior EA Sports Active for a real workout - or perhaps Wii Fit if you'd like to play with the kiddies. Extreme...

Sep, 2009

Expert review by : Francis Rizzo III (

Active Life: Extreme Challenge


The active side of Wii gaming, which focuses on body movement and not being a couch potato, is easily the fastest-expanding genre on the console, appealing to casual gamers, non-gamers, kids and especially moms. Namco has embraced this area with titles...

With the limited options in gameplay and meager incentives to encourage repeat visits to this virtual playground, it's hard to recommend this title for most gamers, but the general audience isn't the target here, a fact made obvious by the box art. For...

Aug, 2009

Expert review by : Jack DeVries (

Extreme Challenge | Active Life: Extreme Challenge (2009) on Wii


The style of the game is bright and colorful, but is a little obnoxious. The characters look like bizarre amped up Little Orphan Annies. A lot of the games feel very isolated, with no spectators and pretty boring environments. And even the ones that do...

More like Active Life: Moderate Challenge.

Aug, 2009

Expert review by : T.J. Deci (

Active Life: Extreme Challenge [Bundle]


Namco Bandai's Active Life returns to Wii in 2009 with Extreme Challenge, a more urban influenced follow-up to the previous year's Outdoor Challenge. Many of the games and exercises in Extreme Challenge involve keeping balance and managing momentum in vir

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Active Life: Extreme Challenge - Wii Reviews - The Armchair Empire


It seems that most if not all reviews of Active Life: Extreme Challenge fail to take into account that the game is aimed at little kids

Active entertainment for the kids; Active Mate seems to be relatively durable; Games get really difficult once the dial is turned up; Experienced control lag with some of the games

Games get really difficult once the dial is turned up; Experienced control lag with some of the games

Consumer review (

The Bigs-Making Your Apartment Smell Like A Gym Before Wii Fit Made It Cool


I bought The Bigs a few months after I got my Wii - basically once I went through Wii Sports and thought I was ready for something a little more advanced. I also decided to buy it because every time I went ...

Easy to pick up, a lot of fun

No online gameplay. No team season feature

Sep, 2008

Consumer review (

OK Rook, now fetch me a slice.


When I got this game for X-Mas, and created my Rookie, the commercial for Digernio pizza came to mind. You create your own player, and I liked that you could put your name on the Uni, but you can't change what the player looks like. I had hoped to ...

Lifelike play. Nice controls. Decent music. Rookie feature

Power Meter, the inability to hit home runs

Jan, 2008