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Submitted by Wiiloveit 661d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Zumba Fitness Core - Wii Review

"It's frustrating for me, as a big fan of dance games, to see how a gameplay system can all but ruin a good composition, made that much harder to bear when there are admirable aims at work. When Zumba Fitness first started life as a videogame companion to the explosively popular and energetic fitness program, I found myself in an odd position because of how much I longed to praise the fresh gameplay style in the face of sporadic and embarrassing execution. Then in Zumba Fitness 2, I was taken aback at all the work that was done to rejuvenate the property, but despite injecting needed personality, the game was once again done in by control recognition that proved tough to wrestle with. I think the fact that, even with these troubling concerns, I've still adopted a defensive stance twice now is an indication that structural success is within grasp. Is Zumba Fitness Core a game-changer that puts its predecessors to shame? I really wish that were the case." -- Wiiloveit.com (Wii, Zumba Fitness Core) 57/100

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