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Wii Fit Plus - Software Only - Standard Edition

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B002BS47JE
  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 19 x 1.4 cm ; 159 g
  • Release Date: Oct. 4 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #851 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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Wii Fit attracted millions of new players to the world of video games. Now Wii Fit Plus offers a range of new features and enhancements to help players reinvigorate their workouts, along with exercises and balance games designed to keep them fun. Players will find a new dimension to the Wii Fit experience as they easily set their own customized workout routines or choose 20-, 30- or 40-minute workouts based on how much time they have available. Users will also be able to choose from specialized workout routines that focus on an individual's personal fitness goals or certain target areas. And with the addition of activities like Skateboarding and Rhythm Kung Fu, players will be using the Wii Balance Board accessory in a variety of new and fun ways.

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Wii Fit attracted millions of new players to the world of video games. Now Wii Fit Plus offers a range of new features and enhancements to help players reinvigorate their workouts, along with exercises and balance games designed to keep them fun. Players will find a new dimension to the Wii Fit experience as they easily set their own customized workout routines, or choose 20-, 30- or 40-minute workouts based on how much time they have available.

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Yoga and strength activity selector in 'Wii Fit Plus'
6 new yoga & strength activities.
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The 'Perfect 10' balance game from 'Wii Fit Plus'
The 'Perfect 10' balance game.
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Workout personalization options in the Locker Room in 'Wii Fit Plus'
Personalization options.
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The 'Obstacle Course' balance game from 'Wii Fit Plus'
'Obstacle Course' game
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Targeting specific body areas for excercise in 'Wii Fit Plus'
Target specific body areas.
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Users will also be able to choose from specialized workout routines that focus on all-around individual personal fitness goals or certain target areas. And with the addition of activities like Skateboarding and Rhythm Kung Fu, players will be using the Wii Balance Board accessory in a variety of new and fun ways.

Gameplay
As with the original Wii Fit release, Wii Fit Plus is designed, as its name implies, to improve the user's fitness. The game contains a large number of activities that fall into a variety of categories, including: yoga, aerobics, strength training and balance games. With all but a few exceptions, which utilize variations on a standard Wii Remote configuration, all activities utilize the Wii Balance Board (not included, but available with the Wii Fit Plus Balance Board Bundle), either alone or configured with either a Wii Remote alone or the Wii Remote and nunchuck. The Balance Board, like any other Wii controller acts as a motion/pressure sensing device wirelessly synched to your Wii and replicating your body's movements. Each controller employed occupies one of the Wii's four wireless inputs, together mapping the reference points needed to recreate most full body motions on screen. Although this limits the majority of the activities to a single player orientation, various activities throughout the game support up to eight players in alternating play.

To use Wii Fit Plus players import their Miis from their Wii system, set up profiles, establish a current physical baseline, set fitness goals, and embark on a routine to reach them. Wii Fit Plus tracks your usage, weight and progress towards your goal over time, giving you a status report as you start each session. At any time players can choose whatever activity they want, whether exercise or balance game, and as they progress in these they will level up in each, gaining points, setting high scores and unlocking more activities.

Personalization Option Via 'The Locker Room'
The original Wii Fit was designed to have something for everyone. Now Wii Fit Plus raises the bar by providing users with personalization options that allow them to find/create a specific workout routine that is exactly right for them, their family and their lifestyle. One example of this is "The Locker Room." Easily accessible throughout the game, here players can choose from a number customizable options that allow them to maximize their time with Wii Fit Plus without having to navigate through the game menu while in the middle of a workout. In essence this allows players to become their own personal trainer. Customization options available within The Locker Room include: preprogrammed and timed Wii Fit Plus Routines; My Routine, where you choose your own set of activities, optimizing their length and area of the body to be focused on; and Favorites, a notation of activities you frequent, which provides fast access to exercises you enjoy doing the most.

Addition Yoga and Strength Exercises
Designed as an addition to the already substantial list of focused, physical exercises available in Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus contains six new and challenging strength and yoga activities. But continuing with the game's commitment to personalization, the key to these additions is not in their volume, but in how the player chooses to mix and match them. Do them in the order they are presented, or combine them in whatever order you want. The choice is yours. The player even has the ability to repeat the ones that he/she prefers, maximizing attention and effort where it is needed most. In addition, for those to whom time is a commodity, you can now omit unnecessary interludes between exercises, making for a continuous, timesaving routine.

A Wealth of New Balance Games
Regardless of the considerable fitness factor packed into Wii Fit Plus, the Nintendo brand is and will always be all about having fun. With that in mind Wii Fit Plus also comes packed with 15 new, entertaining balance games suitable for every member of the family. Just a few of those that players can expect to see are: Juggling; Skateboarding; Snowball Fight; Obstacle Course, a log-leaping, cannonball-evading event reminiscent of what Nintendo icon Mario must go through; and Perfect 10, a balance game designed to promote a combination of physical and mental health. In this final example the player's Mii is situated between multiple color-coated balls, each showing specific numbers, with the goal to swing your hips, hula style, in different directions to tap out a total of ten as many times as possible before time runs out.

Key Game Features

  • Users can input the amount of time they want to spend on their workouts or select an area for personal improvement, and Wii Fit Plus will suggest a number of diverse activities for them.
  • For the first time, users can mix and match which strength and yoga activities they prefer on a given day. The seamless exercise flows make it easier than ever for users to maintain their daily workout routines.
  • Users might be asked to run an obstacle course across a series of platforms, zoom across a beach on a Segway x2 Personal Transporter or flap their arms to help their hilarious chicken-suited characters aim for targets.
  • The range of games and customization options will make players want to play every day. They’ll be having so much fun that their workouts will seem to fly by in no time at all.
  • Players also can see estimates of calories burned and can even activate a feature that lets them weigh their dogs or cats.

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. Lavigne on Oct. 21 2009
I have been playing Wii Fit on and off for several months, and I have been playing Wii Fit Plus every day for the last two weeks. Here are my observations on this new version of the Wii Fit software.

New Activities: Wii Fit Plus comes with 15 new balance games and they definitely improve my motivation to spend more time playing Wii Fit. My daughter and I are having a lot of fun playing the kung fu, juggling and snowball fight games (individually; no multiplayer games). However, all the new games are hardly physical. At best they will improve your balance in the long run, but they will not make you sweat and will not provide any physical challenge. If you like Wii Fit for the fitness exercises, then Wii Fit Plus will not have much more to offer to you (only three new strength activities and thee new yoga positions; nothing new for the aerobic activities).

Workout Routines: I must admit that I was very disappointed with the new workout routine features. My first thought was: "This is great! I will create a routine for each day of the week!". But it did not turned out at all as I expected. At first I started playing the pre-made routines to see how it works. What I did not like up front with this new feature is that the game will not record your results in the activities that are performed through a workout routine (I like my results to be recorded when I beat my high score!). Another draw back is that you cannot increase the difficulty level of the activities in the pre-made routines. I then tried to create my own routine to work around these weaknesses, but then I found out that you are only allowed to choose strength activities and yoga positions in your custom routine, and again you cannot customize their level of difficulty.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Abella "Jucy" Arthur on Nov. 4 2009
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my Wii Fit Plus.

Even though this game still needs improvement I would say it's the best workout Wii game currently available.

What I love about Wii Fitness Plus
+ The graphics are sharp and crisp.
+ The exercises are highly enjoyable and are a challenge at the same time.
+ The exercises make you feel like you are really biking, flying, etc.
+ I can see my weight fluctuation and therefore keep tabs on correcting my mistakes (like overeating or under exercising).
+ I have lost 10 pounds in 6 weeks and I'm still going strong.
+ You can add pets. Even if you don't have any, you can still add fake pets like we did! :)
+ You can do a no interruption Yoga and Strength training routine that actually improves your ability. I guess it's because disruptions or confidence boosters or deflaters (like scoring) can defocus some people, like myself.
+ You can now track your waistline and steps done.

What I don't love
- Customization only allows for Yoga and Strength training and you can not see or save scores. This must be to reduce time in between exercises so it will be great if they find a way to reduce the "wait" time between exercises without skipping the "all important" scores. :)
- Not all the Training Plus are balance games. For example, there is Biking and Martial Arts. The other commenter said she didn't sweat but we don't find that to be the case. Perhaps it's how she's working out or perhaps her level of fitness is quite high. For the average person (who are doing the exercises correctly and keep moving between exercises), I think you are going to sweat.
- Wii age seems meaningless. Perhaps "levels" or a bell curve is a better way to figure it out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Evoy on Nov. 9 2009
I purchased this game in hopes that my husband and I can get our daily exercise and have fun doing it.

Pros:
+ Up to 8 people (including pets) can play.
+ calorie counter and daily calorie goal
+ Exercises for a range of abilities; includes strength training, yoga, aerobics and balance exercises
+ Exercises are scored for points (adds competition and fun)
+ Create exercise routines
+ Daily body test (BMI and Weight) and wii fit age

Cons:
- Cannot change weight measurement from Kg to lbs (Canadian version)
- sometimes exercises are a little tricky at first (I promise, with a bit of practice, they will get easier)

I've had a lot of fun with wii fit plus, more than I expected for a game full of exercises. If you haven't had the will power to exercise everyday, this will help. It may make you want to exercise every day and enjoy it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MartinH on Oct. 29 2009
S. Lavigne, in her/his review hit the nail on the head. The customized routines are all be useless. We were hoping what it would be possible to choose from all types of activities and to be able to better customize the lenght of the activities.

The new game's also automaticaly converted to Metric - so KGs instead of lbs - because our country was set to Canada, there's no option to run convert the Wii fit plus back to lbs, the could have shown both KG (lbs). Our only recourse was to switch the whole Wii console to US.

If you like the Wii fit for the balance games then this is for you, if you want an improved fitness interface, you won't find it here.
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