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Submitted by NonShinyGoose 561d ago | review

GamesAsylum: Xbox Fitness - Review

GamesAsylum: "Microsoft has been curiously quiet about Xbox Fitness. You would have thought they’d use the fact that it’s a free download to tempt people into purchasing an Xbox One. That said, who exactly would pay attention? It has had prominent placement on the marketplace, yet people seemingly glance over it because of what it is – a fitness game. And it uses Kinect, something many Xbox One owners, and gamers in general, said they were absolutely not going to use for any of their games ever, if they could help it.

But this is less of a game, than a fitness tool. While there are scores, and achievements and even challenges available, the real reward is what you put into it." (Xbox Fitness, Xbox One) -

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