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games xtreme (Nov 26, 2010)
This is one of the best Kinect launch titles to get for a family who want to get fit, maintain a fitness regime or just want to some fun that's also going to keep them healthy. Personalised workouts and easy feedback both visual and audible make this game fun and informative at the same time.
XboxAchievements (Nov 08, 2010)
With the freedom of Kinect and its “You are the controller” mantra, Ubisoft Montreal have taken perfect advantage of this, creating a fitness game that feels like a workout and doesn’t feel out of place in your home. There is the odd issue with it tracking all of your actions, a distinct lack of mini-games and not enough personal trainer direction, as well as space becoming an issue once again, but other than that, Your Shape is most definitely Fitness Evolved. Your Shape may not replace conventional gyms and intense workouts, but it’s as good as we’ve seen from a video game console and certainly sets the bar high for its competition.
GamesCollection (Dec 18, 2010)
In definitiva il titolo, seppur minimale nello stile (ma non è un fattore negativo in questo caso, dove la concentrazione è importante) e, se vogliamo, di nicchia, è molto ben fatto, curato e completo in tutti i dettagli. L’attività fisica è ben seguita dal personal trainer, gli esercizi disparati (circa 80!) e ben miscelati nelle sessioni di fitness. Credo che sia un’ottima integrazione per chiunque abbia già familiarità col mondo delle palestre e potrebbe essere un ottimo strumento per chi volesse tenersi in forma, senza dover pagare abbonamenti astronomici nei centri specializzati! Non fatevi fuorviare da un voto finale non “palestra a casa” non aveva mai funzionato così bene!!
GameSpot (Nov 05, 2010)
Your Shape: Fitness Evolved tracks the calories you shed and other statistics, but you should note that at the time of this review, the website used to track progress and set personal goals is a slow-moving mess. It's nice that you can go in and create calorie-loss goals, but important features, such as leaderboards and stat comparisons with friends, either don't work correctly or are listed as "coming soon." It's fortunate that the game is still a complete product without these features--and a good one at that. More consistent tracking is needed for future iterations, but when the game and hardware work in harmony, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved demonstrates that Kinect is a natural home for the genre. It provides a good variety of exercises, offers a comfortable virtual set for your routines, and has that "cool" factor that makes interacting with it a pleasure.
Brash Games (Nov 25, 2010)
With a rich list of features and some surprisingly tough workouts, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved may just be enough to push Wii Fit into second place. However, it does come with some caveats and you must be willing to put up with a picky sensor, potentially embarrassing avatar and the limits imposed simply by the size of your play area. Fitness Evolved may not turn you into a ripped Adonis, but it’s a good first step in the right direction.
60 (UK) (Nov 04, 2010)
The good news is that the foundation is here to create a product that could well supersede EA Sports Active as the definitive fitness game. But it looks like we'll have to sweat it out for the sequel to see that.