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Hands-on: Wii Fit U gets to the core of subliminal workouts [SideQuesting]

SideQuesting.com:

"With Wii Fit U, Nintendo doesn't outright tell us that we're doing challenging workouts. No no no. Instead, the company opts to hide that note in a series of fun and addicting mini games that are easy to master and come back to. At the same time, we're actually performing challenging physical activities to burn those calories, unbeknownst to us. It's clandestine tactics like these that authors of self help tapes would be proud of." (E3, Wii Fit U, Wii U)

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