Submitted by trevlac 1770d ago | review

KINECTaku review: EA Sports Active 2 (Xbox 360 / Kinect)

Quoting KINECTaku's James Newton:

"Navigation problems, a lack of exercises and occasionally wonky motion detection stops EA Sports Active 2 from fulfilling its true potential. At its core is an innovative and surprisingly enjoyable fitness experience, with customisable workouts and the useful heart rate monitor welcome additions to keep your motivation going. There’s no doubt you’ll work up a sweat and come away feeling sore, but enough minor niggles mount up to turn this from great to merely good." (EA, EA Sports Active 2.0, Kinect, Xbox 360) 7/10

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