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Videogamer: EA Active 2 Hands-on Preview

Videogamer writes: "Motion sensors haven't really been a catalyst for innovative titles as much as they've given us a vaguely new way of playing the kinds of titles we've had for years. At least fitness games appear to be one of the rarities: a genre that can use the likes of Kinect as more than a flailing novelty, imagine that. Fitness games are one of the few genres where motion sensors are used to fill a legitimate hole in the market, allowing for a steady stream of hands-free workout titles that offer exercise routines which aren't lumbered by a controller."

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btk2640d ago

Really reaching there...
But we already saw this with EyeToy Kinetic

Bigpappy2640d ago

This version is the one I intend to pickup thie November. I am still not completely sold on it though, as I seem to prefer Your-Shape Fitness by UBI. Hopefully, they will have demos when Kinect launches.

whitesoxfalife2640d ago (Edited 2640d ago )

yea i think we gone get UBI version too