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Move Fitness (jeu PS Move)[import anglais]

Plate-forme : PlayStation 3
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  • Plate-forme:   PlayStation 3
  • Classification PEGI : 7 ans et plus
  • Support : Jeu vidéo
  • Quantité pour l'article : 1

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  • Expédition : cet article peut être expédié uniquement dans l'U.E. et les pays suivants.
  • Date de parution : 25 novembre 2011
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 $10 gym membership 13 septembre 2016
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I don't know why more isn't made of this title. I found it buried waaaay down in the list of Move games on the PSN (where it's only $10 if you don't care about not having a physical disc).

Ever since the Wii, I have no interest in sitting on my butt pushing buttons. I'm also not a fan of leaving my house to go to a gym. I'm highly motivated to exercise, my problem is I hate boring, repetitive routines. I've found physical activity disguised as a game to be the most effective in keeping my interest.

And that's what this is. Well, "game" isn't the right word. There's nothing like simulated tennis or even fighting fantasy enemies to get you moving. You're unmistakably in a gym environment, with a trainer. But there are visual cues you're aiming for, either targets or balls, positioned just slightly beyond comfortable reach so you have to dart back and forth to hit them--and the more precise tracking of the Move system means you can't get away with aimless waving around. Which isn't to say you can't cheat the game, but that sounds even more boring than sitting on the couch pushing buttons.

I would compare it to the Kinect Your Shape games, except I think it's better. Granted I've never tried an actual formal program with the Your Shape, which means my workout would involve a lot of clicking around menus to get to different mini-games, i.e. a lot of standing still between activities. Move Fitness has about 15 preset programs based on your goals or your mood, from boxing routines to ball-focused exercises to more generalized workouts like "Beach Body," "Cardio," "Fat Burning," "Rise and Shine," or "Seriously Hardcore." In addition there are 28 single exercises (which are the same ones from the preset programs, only not arranged in an organized routine). And yes, some of those activities are boring old staples like jumping jacks and lunges, but having visual targets to aim for with your controllers does a great job of keeping you distracted so you aren't just counting down until you're finished.

But the secret ingredient is variety. Yes, there are a limited number of exercises (what do you want from a $10 game)? And as many reviewers point out, a lot of them use the same movements (although with different visuals, so you're fooled into thinking they're different). But the game mixes them up so you could do a different sequence every day of the week and then some. Anti-boredom.

My favorite so far are the boxing activities and an often overlooked sport in video games -- basketball. Like the Wii and Kinect, you're just trying to score as many hoops as possible. The difference to me is, the Move's increased accuracy means you can't just phone it in (in fact, if you don't jump or at least convince the sensor you're doing so, you'll miss more often than not). The game can tell how hard you're throwing, and penalizes or rewards you accordingly (to say nothing of the disappointed comments from your trainer).

The trainer: The game provides you with a trainer who isn't annoying, in fact, dare I say they're actually helpful. Rather than a steady stream of meaningless encouragement, they make suggestions to improve your technique that seem appropriate to what you're doing (not a prerecorded monotonous dialogue that most games get away with), or kick you in the butt when you're slacking, as well as praise when you deserve it. For additional motivation, if you do well the game kicks into "overdrive," which means targets appear faster but are easier to hit, and the music gets louder to really get you pumping.

After only a 20-minute workout, I am dripping sweat and downright euphoric from all the exercise I just did. Again, can't believe this game isn't a bigger deal, and at $10 (on the Network) it is a steal.
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