- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Walk It Out - Wii Standard Edition
- Along with exploring and unlocking the Walk It Out! gameworld, players can also engage in a series of mini-games at any time. These include: Whack-A-Slack!, Psycolo and Smash ?n Run!
- Explore a uniquely motivational in-game world where the more you step, the richer your world becomes, with new places and goodies only a step away.
- The only fitness-focused game that keeps you in the game with great music. Walk It Out! allows you to move to the beat of 120 songs, including 20 favorite licensed tracks.
- Get a visual feel for how well you are doing through charts and graphs that show burned calories, distance traveled, steps taken and more.
- Play using the peripheral of your choice, including the DanceDanceRevolution (DDR) Wii controller, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk or the Wii Balance Board.
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Experience a revolutionary and unique workout where walking to the beat of 120 music track great music unlocks an exciting in-game world. Keep movin¿ to the beat of all your favorite in-game tracks as you extend your workout in bonus minigames. Compatible with the Wii Balance Board and the Wii DanceDanceRevolution Controller, Walk It Out will have you groovin¿ your way to a healthier you!
Top Customer Reviews
Reasons I love this game:
1. Having severe fibromyalgia, it's not always a wise choice for me to go outside. Most days I can't work out, but on the days I can - it's not always a good idea to go outside alone and get stranded somewhere - especially since I'm more active at night. It's also not cool if I forget medication or enough hydration, or forget the way home!! So until my massive flare is gone, this game really gives me a sense of that free walking, without the hazards that come with a very sick woman walking alone at night!
2. Building the Island. This is a great concept! Each step you correctly land on the beat, of the particular song you're listening to, gives you credit with which to buy parts of the island. Sometimes it's a tree, a potted plant, a store, apartment building, and sometimes something more exciting - like an airship. It's gets pretty addictive when you start to get a whole street done - you want to continue till there is nothing more on the island to build.. which will of course leave you wanting a Walk It Out 2 like I'm hoping for. I would buy it in a second without hesitation.
3. Side Goals. Not only do you build up the city - but the sky, the clock, and a daily quest.
A. Rainbow Daily Quest - 7 colours are hidden around the island - you can see them on the map but it can be more fun to just wander till you find them. The quest gives you a special effect and extra points in the end.
B. Magic Clock - unlock all hours of the day so you can play them any time. Sunset, midnight, or midday whenever you want, which is helpful for those of us who live at night.
C. Constellations - unlock the 12 constellations to decorate the sky at night!
4. Great Music! You can also set up a playlist to get rid of songs you don't like - or play songs you love more often. There are a couple of tracks that are a little bubblegum for my tastes, as is the regular Konami mix, however they start to grow on you after a while. There are some perennial favorites, some new songs.. something to appease most people - unless you love deathmetal or are very particularly partial to a certain genre.
5. Great customization. Don't want to play the game on a hard setting? There are some very easy and very hard settings you can use to challenge or relax yourself. The hard settings are extensively challenging - for example if you don't step to the beat - it costs you the equivalent credits. The easy settings will just have you walking however you want and you'll have the island in no time.
There are more features, but I don't want to write a manual for the game.
Who is the game for:
1. Exercise minded people who want to try something different and something with rewards for each step you take.
2. People who are confined to home that want to have that free walking feeling.
3. People who want a cute exercise program, not a boot camp.
4. People that find Dance Dance Revolution a little too hard or are just looking for something similar but need a change. You also don't need a mat for this game, but you can if you wish or even the balance board. Personally I use the Nunchuck and Wii Remote (you put the nunchuck in your pocket, I suggest putting it in a knee pocket as that is picked up more readily than a hip position pocket.)
Skip it if:
1. You don't like to exercise.
2. You can make it outside every day and you don't like exercising indoors.
3. You hate cutesy things.
SO far I have lost over 18 lbs in a very short time frame...
Its HOW you use the game that helps you lose weight and exercise...
If you just follow lifting the heals on a balance board, you will feel like
its a waste of your time..
I use the nunchuk and a pedometer to keep track how many steps I really have taken and
instead of straight up walking... I DANCE to the music provided.