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Submitted by ClydeRadcliffe 937d ago | review

ClickOnline.com - Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013 (Wii U) Review

ClickOnline.com writes: "It's difficult to score a game like Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013 given the fact that it's so dependent on you sticking to its routine, but after spending a month with it we're convinced that it can play a role in changing your life for the better. There are a huge number of activities and workouts for you to try, each focusing on a different area of the body, and it's unlikely that too many people will find it too repetitious. The presentation is top notch, and it's always encouraging you to push yourself that little bit further each time, but you really need to remember that it’s not a replacement for other types of physical exercise; it’s either a starting point for the extremely unfit, or a supplementary tool for those who want to stay in tip top condition." (Wii U, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013) 4/5

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