120°
Submitted by fredolopez 715d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 Fitness Games GFN Wants To See for Next-Gen Consoles

In recent years, fitness games have popularized thanks to the sensor technology found in the Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintnedo Wii. There’s no question that we’ll be seeing fitness video games in the near future as we transition to the next gen consoles. (Next-Gen, PS4, Wii U, Xbox One)

iGAM3R-VIII  +   715d ago
ugh fitness lol
Septic  +   715d ago
Hey you, fitness is important. I just came from the gym an hour ago. I doubt the Kinect could get me as pumped as a gym workout.

It could be good for core exercises or teaching things like boxing techniques etc
BigPete7978  +   715d ago
The Nike Kinect game is actually fantastic. Best fitness game IMO.
iGAM3R-VIII  +   715d ago
LOL, I know I'm only joking, I do workout
WeAreLegion  +   715d ago
*Top 5 Xbox Fitness Games GFN Wants To See For Next-Gen Consoles

Fixed it. ^_^

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Divinity: Original Sin Dev Talks Boob-Plates, Sexism And Moral Outrage

25m ago - One Angry Gamer "Caught in the crossfire between the media and gamers are game developers. The de... | PC
30°

Bloodborne and the Concept of Fair Play

38m ago - Wizard of Radical's Ray Porreca writes: "In many ways, Bloodborne is fairer than we ever give it... | PS4
Ad

Want to Join the Releases.com Team? We are Looking for News Editors

Now - We are looking for news editors for the following categories. Games, TV Series, Movies and Tech. If you are an aspiring journalist in one of these... | Promoted post
30°

The Bulletin: Episode 16

48m ago - Each week, The Bulletin brings you the latest Halo news, game updates, and exclusive reveals dire... | Xbox One
10°

Let's Play Minecraft - Episode 148 - Chutes and Ladders

48m ago - The AH crew hop into a friendly game Minecraft for a round of Chutes and Ladders! | Culture
30°

Surprise Doom Is Still An Incredible Game

52m ago - Kotaku:"I have a confession to make: my introduction to shooters began with Halo and Half-Life 2,... | Retro