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EA Sports Active 2- Wii

alaTest has collected and analyzed 74 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay and reliability. The usability and design are also appreciated. Many are less positive about the controls and value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the EA Sports Active 2- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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EA Sports Active (Wii)

 

Keeping motivated is one of the biggest problems with any plan to get in shape. Countless aspiring exercisers have bought gym memberships that went unused, or treadmills that wound up next to the washer and dryer, doing time as the world's most...

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EA Sports Active 2

 

Fitness games are something that we?re still exploring the potential and capabilities of, especially after Wii Fit pioneered the genre. I like to consider myself a uniquely qualified person to review fitness games since I go to the gym regularly and...

EA Sports Active 2 stands as one of the better fitness games on the market and sets an example for future endeavors in this genre

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EA Sports NBA Jam

 

He's on fire, again! I don't think you are legally allowed to call yourself a gamer if you don't have some sort of fond memories of playing NBA Jam in...

Recaptures the classic feel ; Slick and smooth visuals ; Tim Kitzrow returns ; Tons of secrets and extras

No online mode ; Stagnant presentation

I don’t think you are legally allowed to call yourself a gamer if you don’t have some sort of fond memories of playing NBA Jam in the arcades or consoles back in the day. Well it has been over a decade and EA Sports has taken over the reins from now...

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EA Sports Active 2 Review

 

My muscles are throbbing. This morning I had trouble taking the same set of stairs I take daily, the pain alerting me to the presence of tissue I didn...

Active 2 on Wii and PS3 functions well and will give anyone who’s willing to put the time in one hell of a workout. It has activities that can make exercising a little more fun, and the way it tracks your diet and general health both locally, and...

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EA Sports Active 2- Wii

 

Despite many new entries into the fitness genre, EA Active remains above its competition. EA Active 2 brings a host of new exercises to the mix, great new motion accessories that are more accurate, a very welcome heart rate monitor and robust online...

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EA Sports Active Review (Wii)

 

There was a time when working out meant going to a gym, or at the very least, venturing outside. To be honest, I wasn't very good at doing either consistently. Thankfully, fitness games have made "in-home" training possible. To varying degrees of...

A more serious approach to fitness. Fun and effective activities. Very appealing complete package

Occasional issues with controllers. Lack of exciting music. Cheap resistance band

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EA Sports NBA JAM Review (Wii)

 

I will never forget the first time I was able to experience NBA Jam Wii at an EA press event last April in NYC. As lead designer Trey Smith explained the game's motion-control scheme, my eyes were glued to the screen. Throughout that developer...

Gameplay is classic Jam. Remix mode is a great new take on the classic Jam formula. Tim Kitzrow is amazing

Lack of any online component. Spin move and crossovers are a bit overpowered vs. CPU. Lack of any online component

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EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp Review (Wii)

 

The cynical side of me sees EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp as a simple rebranding of an existing product, only existing to sucker football fans into buying another NFL game and stretching the value of EA's exclusive license. My idealistic side...

NFL Position Drills. Fast-paced workouts. Included equipment

Branding can seem trivial. Incosistent feedback. Occasional motion issues

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EA Sports Active 2 [Bundle]

 

EA Sports returns to coax players off the couch and

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EA Sports Active: NFL Training Camp

 

NFL Training Camp is a fitness program that combines arcade-style drills designed by NFL strength and conditioning coaches with wireless motion tracking, a resistance band, and heart rate monitor. More than 70 drills and challenges are included in total,

Product Specifications

Revolutionize your workout regimen with EA Sports Active, the ultimate interactive fitness program that's designed for you. Get fit with a holistic approach to fitness that combines nutrition and lifestyle factors, with a variety of activities, all from the convenience of your living room. From customized routines that target upper body, lower body, and cardio to a guided 30-day challenge that tests muscle endurance, coordination and agility, stay in shape with fitness made fun and easy.

Game

Context:Realistic
ESRB Rating:Everyone (6+)
USK Rating:Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschr

Header

Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Electronic Arts
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:EA Sports Active

Miscellaneous

Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Game Console Compatibility:Nintendo Wii
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - sports
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