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Wii Fit Bundle Wii Fit Bundle Nintendo

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Nov, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Wii Fit Bundle Wii Fit Bundle Nintendo. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Many are critical about the price.


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Consumer review by: SEC (

If it got ME off the couch...


I'm overall very pleased!

Wii fit is the first exercise "device or gimmick" that has actually got me off the couch on a regular basis, and that I've stuck with over the past 20 years. My daughter and I are both overweight, and we've both found the Wii Fit to be engaging, fun,...

I'd have to say the Wii Fit is NOT for advanced exercisers who are looking for weight bearing exercises or someone who is looking for the gym's social atmosphere. Also, I think the Wii Fit places a very bizarre emphasis on balance...I mean, yes, I...

Oct, 2008

Consumer review by: whatthegeek (

A Love / Hate Purchase


I'm a little surprised to see newegg participating in the lowdown dirty practice of bundling

Wii fit is a lot of fun, and it's not a bad way to burn a few calories. The balance board is an interesting piece of tech that I hope to see other games start using

It's a frackin bundle - we ski and a mat for the wii fit board? Not worth the extra money. I considered it the "I own wii fit this year" tax. If you can find it in non bundle form anywhere, get it that way - but be warned, don't keep high hopes of...

Aug, 2008