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Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012

by Ubisoft
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
647 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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  • Fitness Activities for Everyone - Over 90 hours of activities, including Boot Camp, Cardio Boxing, Jump Rope and a medley of Dance classes
  • Highly Customizable Experience - Design a workout tailored to you based on your fitness level, goals, schedule and preferences
  • State-of-the-art Motion Tracking Technology, Now with Floor Exercises - Enhanced motion tracking provides feedback specific to your body, and now includes floor exercises like push-ups and sit-ups
  • Focus on Specific Muscle Groups - Exercises targeting Abs, Arms, Legs, Glutes, Back and more
  • Share and Compete with Friends - Through Your Shape Center, share and compete with friends and the global Your Shape community
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UbiSoft Your Shape Fitness Evolved 52704 Xbox 360 Games

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The #1 Fitness Franchise on Kinect is Back

Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012 is the sequel to Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, the #1 fitness franchise on Kinect for Xbox 360. Exercise your way with a fun and customizable experience that delivers serious results. Your Shape includes over 90 hours of activities, so you can design a workout tailored to your fitness level, goals, schedule and preferences. Focus your workouts on specific muscle groups. And choose from fitness activities like Boot Camp, Cardio Boxing, Jump Rope and Yoga, and new dance classes like Latin, Hip-hop, African and Bollywood. The state-of-the-art motion tracking provides feedback on your moves, and now tracks floor exercises like push-ups and sit-ups. With Your Shape Center, share and compete with your friends and the global community.

The Kinect™ Sensor for Xbox 360®

The Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 allows you to experience controller-free gameplay utilizing revolutionary full-body tracking to put you at the center of the fun. This amazing technology allows the Xbox 360 game console to recognize your body and mirror your movements in the game, in effect making your body the controller. The sensor is compatible with every Xbox 360, features a color VGA motion camera (640 x 480 pixel resolution @ 30 FPS), a depth camera (640 x 480 pixel resolution @ 30 FPS) and an array of four microphones supporting single speaker voice recognition.

Your Shape exercises include...

  • Boot Camp
  • Cardio Boxing
  • Jump Rope
  • Latin Dance
  • Hip-hop Dance
  • African Dance
  • Bollywood Dance
  • Zen
  • Yoga
  • Muscle specific – Abs, Arms, Legs, Glutes, Back
  • Wall Breaker
  • Stack 'em Up
  • Kick 'em
  • Run the World
  • Sports Preparation
  • And more...

Product Features

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New Fitness Routines – With classes like Boot Camp, define and tone your body, improve your cardiovascular fitness and get motivated with an in-game trainer that provides feedback on your workout.

Have Fun Getting Fit – Have a blast burning the calories away with activities like Jump Rope, Wallbreaker, Stack 'em and Kick 'em. Great fun for the whole family!

Floor Exercises - Enhanced motion tracking now provides precise feedback on exercises like sit-ups and push-ups, so that you can tighten and tone your abs and arms.

New Dance Classes – Shake it up with Latin dance moves such as Cha Cha Cha, Mambo and Merengue. Hip-hop, African and Bollywood classes also offer a wide selection of sizzling and sweat-inducing routines.

Key Product Features

  • Fitness Activities for Everyone – Over 90 hours of activities, including Boot Camp, Cardio Boxing, Jump Rope and a medley of Dance classes

  • Highly Customizable Fitness Experience – Design a workout tailored to you based on your fitness level, goals, schedule and preferences

  • State-of-the-art Motion Tracking Technology, Now with Floor Exercises – Enhanced motion tracking provides feedback specific to your body, and now includes floor exercises like push-ups and sit-ups

  • Focus on Specific Muscle Groups – Exercises targeting Abs, Arms, Legs, Glutes, Back and more

  • Share and Compete with Friends – Through Your Shape Center, share and compete with friends and the global Your Shape community


Product Details

  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0050SYUAS
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.6 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 8, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (647 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,955 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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587 of 595 people found the following review helpful By D. Couse VINE VOICE on November 8, 2011
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As an owner of the original Kinect game, and a player of many other workout games since (UFC, Biggest Loser, etc) I have to say that I'm pleasantly surprised with this new version.

As the original one did, the game gives you a body scan when you originally sign in. That image is then what is used to play games. Oddly enough though, I've yet to find anywhere in the game where I can modify anything it measured. It also didn't ask me for my weight so I have no idea where to input that or update it. It did recognize that I was a previous player and carried over my calorie burn count which I thought was great. After that, a ton of achievements were unlocked, which I also didn't mind :)

Gone are the days of the dreaded menu system from the past. Now, your hands are used in a push and hold motion to activate what you want to do. This is much improved over the old hold the arm out with hand extended to touch a dot for 4 seconds to activate. I always had problems with that one.

The main menu is broken down into 4 sections: My Zone (your settings, goals etc...btw, be sure to go in and change the measurement system to Imperial for those in the US since it is defaulted to metric), Activities, Workouts and Classes. Once I told the game what I wanted to achieve (with several options to choose from) it created a routine for me to follow and there are several to choose from:

Classes include African Rhythms, Boot Camp, Hip Hop, Bollywood, Cardio Boxing, Yoga, Latin Dance and Zen Energy.
Activities include Warm Up, Stack Up, Stomp It, Run the World, Wallbreaker and Jump Rope. Run the World here is amazing...more about that later.
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286 of 289 people found the following review helpful By Nutwiisystem.Com on November 10, 2011
The original Your Shape: Fitness Evolved provided an excellent showcase of what the Kinect was capable of in regards to fitness and exercise. Its motion detection was revolutionary in terms of how well it detected how well you were performing exercises, and the mini-games it included were both tons of fun and moderately good exercise.

I'm happy to say that Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012 does push the platform forward, in an evolutionary if not a revolutionary way. Still, it is by far the best "pure workout" game that you can get on the Kinect.

When you start out the game, you see a blue screen which adjusts the sensor and detects who you are. You're then brought to a home screen, where you see a stylized cartoon image of yourself. That's right, there's no need to create an avatar, because you ARE the avatar. This little change was a huge improvement over the first version, where you played as a brightly colored silhouette. It makes a world of difference, because now you can see your limbs and your body position much clearer than before and match them against the on-screen trainer. More on that below.

The home screen shows a number of different counters: medals won, badges won, and percent of content you've played through. On the right you can see the total number of calories you've burned playing the game. I do like the fact that there are clear milestones and targets to aim for, which will keep you coming back to the game. (One question a lot of people have is--did Ubisoft fix the annoying bug from the first version where it'd lose track of which sessions you've finished in a given routine. The happy answer is yes--now, no matter what order you do the exercises in the system will keep accurate track of which ones you've completed).
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110 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Lower on November 9, 2011
Played this last night for about an hour. Instead of a real work out I jumped around from activity to activity. I like all of the new classes they've added. I used Cardio Boxing a lot last game,(lost 45 pounds) and can see I'll be using the Hip Hop and Latin dancing often too.

The look and feel of this game is jazzed up a lot. The sterile white work out room is replaced by an environment that differs with what you're doing and at least in the classes, it changes as you progress. For example, cardio boxing is plain room with a flat floor when you start, but as you progress, punching bags drop from the ceiling, the ring pops up around you, etc. They're only decorations -you cannot interact with them- but its visually stimulating. That said, I found the stimulation a little distracting and missed a few moves!

The menu system is different, but not worse or better than what the first game had. I liked the titles of things previously. The titles were more descriptive to me, (Cardio Boxing Silver Part 1 Versus Cardio Boxing Learn it!) but I assume I'll get used to the new naming system.

I don't get how the initiatives feature works. When you start it, it asks you some questions about your fitness goals then highlights some exercises with flags and suggests a frequency and length of workouts. It told me to workout 30 minutes, twice a week for 4 weeks. But then I was lost. Am I supposed to pick and choose flagged items that add up to 30 minutes? I wish it would just launch 30 minutes of activities one after the other, but maybe I am missing a button.

I liked how the time and calorie info was presented in the previous version more. In this version instead of square on, it's shown in a front to back perspective that was hard for my old eyes to read at a glance.
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