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Submitted by Cyrus365 2179d ago | review

WorthPlaying: EA Sports Active: More Workouts Review

WorthPlaying writes: "As the weather turns colder and the days get shorter, keeping up a fitness routine can be a nearly impossible task. If you happen to live in one of the many, many places that experiences the phenomenon known as winter, then you know the last thing you want to do on a cold morning is putting on seven layers of clothing to go for a jog around the neighborhood as your snot freezes. That's where the Wii's seemingly endless parade of fitness games comes in, and one of the best of the bunch is the EA Sports Active franchise. Just in time for another chilly season, EA has released its follow-up title, EA Sports Active: More Workouts, and while this game offers considerably more than its predecessor, technical glitches and an uninspired workout routine make it tough to stick with this program." (EA Sports Active: More Workouts, Wii) 6.7/10

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