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ExerBeat - Wii Standard Edition

by Namco
Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone

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  • Something for everyone - Friends and family members can find something they like with 155 exercises covering 8 categories of popular exercise routines. There are even Party Fitness exercises for the kids!
  • Easy and accessible workouts - Players can enjoy each exercise by following easy-to-understand instructions as they move their body and Wii Remote to the rhythm.
  • Dedicated instructors - The instructors give helpful insight and exercise tips, making you feel like you're working out with a real live trainer!
  • Fun for the whole family! - Friends and family members can compete for the highest score per exercise, whether by simultaneously playing side-by-side, or comparing results on ranking boards.
  • Fun fitness everyday - With a variety of menu options including one-day only exercise challenges, Around the World mode and Weekly Challenges, keeping up a healthy lifestyle has never been more fun!
4 new from CDN$ 241.45 4 used from CDN$ 57.99

Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B004M4IO08
  • Item Weight: 113 g
  • Release Date: May 17 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,576 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes


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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on May 21 2011
After more than a year of using the Wii Fit Plus, my wife was looking for a new Wii exergame. Zumba Fitness is a nice fun diversion but it offers little in the area of structured aerobics and calorie control. In contrast, ExerBeat seems to be the perfect blend of new activities and a fitness program.

A PERFECT COMBINATION
More than 120 exergames, including yoga/pilates, karate forms, boxercising and dance-exercise (aerobics, hip-hop & latin). Only some of them are unlocked from the very beginning, the others become available as you progress, as is your personal trainer So, not only you get having fun with dancing aerobics (something missing from Wii FIT PLUS) but you also get to monitor your progress, intensity of workout and calories burned (something ZUMBA FITNESS is lacking). Your routines are customizable and can be focused on problem areas. What is more, to keep things interesting, you are presented with daily and weekly exercise challenges that are not considered successfully completed unless you score 70% or better.
Moreover, whereas in the Wii FIT PLUS you had to set your own stretching through yoga exercises, ExerBeat comes with its own stretching routines to keep your joints and muscles safe from stains.

CONTROL(LER) ISSUES
The game can be played in its entirety with a single controller (Wiimote), the game will be asking you which hand you are favoring. Although two controllers are recommended for more precise results, they are not required. Similarly, up to two persons can join simultaneously, each with either one or two controllers.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Julia2011 on May 22 2011
I received ExerBeat on Friday and it is an enjoyable addition to my Wii exercise collection (Wii Fit Plus, Wii Sports, Gold's Gym Cardio, Walk It Out, New You Fitness First Yoga & Pilates, My Fitness Coach, etc.)

The "Around The World Challenge" is great. My Mii has been to 13 of 90 destinations and is currently in the Sahara Desert.

Another plus is that players can choose the length of their workout times once the personal trainer section has been unlocked.

I like everything about this game. The biggest surprise is that there is so much in this $20 game!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PT Cruiser TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 21 2012
I have to admit, when I saw this game at such a reasonable price (not that I'm complaining!), I wondered, "Just how good can it be?" Thank goodness I didn't put off buying it. It's a wonderful exercise game and a huge bargain! Namco has done it again. I've been their biggest fan of their We Cheer and We Cheer 2 games and now they've added a game with some of the same features, like the circles and other shapes showing arm or body movements, with that familiar little "Bling!" when you get it right and earn points. This is a high energy set of workouts and games with something for everyone. I love the dance aerobics which includes Latin Dance and Hip Hop and aerobics. And this game includes the best yoga instruction that I've seen so far on any Wii game. The instructors and clear and easy to follow and the graphics show exactly how to do the exercises. It's like being in an actual yoga class. And the Wiimote lets you know if you're doing the poses correctly.

You can use one or two Wiimotes although I highly recommend using two. If you've played We Cheer or We Cheer 2, you'll know what I mean. There are also exercises that use the balance board, although not as many as I might have wished for.

So, here are the details:

When you launch the game the first thing it asks is to create a new avatar or use your existing Mii. I chose my Mii and then you see a little musical note avatar, very reminiscent of the Wii Balance board that you see in Wii Fit. He talks to you, calling you by name (Don't you just love that?) and he asks for all your info like birth date, weight, and dominant hand for playing the games. Then he asks if you'd like to see a short tutorial on how to play the game. It's not too long and I recommend watching it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By InfoSci Don on March 21 2012
I used to be a regular at gym classes but I just can't seem to fit them in anymore. I used Wii Fit for a while and Just Dance. I didn't find Wii Fit as fun or intense as I prefer. I enjoy doing Just Dance but don't find it a workout. I thought that I'd try ExerBeat because the description on the back sounded interesting and it was the least expensive exercise game I could find that day. I liked it from the start. The things that I like the best is that it starts with short one and two minute exercises which a person can string together and then gradually works up to workouts that are 20 to 30 minutes. Seeing as it has been a while since I've done boxercise or aerobics classes, I enjoyed being allowed to gradually work my way back into it. I also appreciate that once I caught on, I could move into more active and challenging routines. The walking around the globe feature is cute and motivating at first. However, now that I've used this game more I think that I would prefer that the walking part could be set up so that I would only do it at the end of my entire workout session not at the end of each segment. However, I still keep jogging in place during that part so it's not like it's wasted time. That's one little annoyance. The other is that the exercise leaders sometimes do a lot of extra talking at the end of the shorter exercise sequences. I find this particularly annoying with the stretching workouts. I wish that there was more stretching and less talking. Keep in mind, that these complaints are minor ones because as a person gets more advanced and the individual lessons get longer, they are less of a factor.Read more ›
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