GameSpot writes: "Playing games has never been the most physically challenging of hobbies--sitting on a couch playing Halo for three hours is unlikely to burn off a huge number of calories, for instance. That all changed when Nintendo launched the Wii, a console that encouraged gamers to get off the couch and start flinging themselves around a room to play. EA Sports Active took this to the next level and introduced a workout regime for the Wii which combined a wide range of exercises and sports games with a computerised trainer. The game was a big success for EA, selling more than 600,000 units worldwide in a mere two weeks. Now, the publisher is gearing up to launch EA Sports Active More Workouts, promising a new beach setting, games, and an improved Challenge mode."