About the Product
- Along with exploring and unlocking the Walk It Out! gameworld, players can also engage in a series of mini-games at any time. These include: Whack-A-Slack!, Psycolo and Smash 'n Run!
- Explore a uniquely motivational in-game world where the more you step, the richer your world becomes, with new places and goodies only a step away.
- The only fitness-focused game that keeps you in the game with great music. Walk It Out! allows you to move to the beat of 120 songs, including 20 favorite licensed tracks.
- Get a visual feel for how well you are doing through charts and graphs that show burned calories, distance traveled, steps taken and more.
- Play using the peripheral of your choice, including the DanceDanceRevolution (DDR) Wii controller, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk or the Wii Balance Board.
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Walking is a great exercise and nothing beats a brisk walk outside. But "Walk It Out" offers great indoor entertainment and a fun way to change up your steps. It is walking on steroids. You get to walk along at a steady pace (you can set the difficulty) but it stays interesting as you uncover surprises. The game boasts over 120 songs that get your heart rate up including tunes by The Black Eyed Peas and Jesse McCartney. You can also select and edit playlists.
If you enjoy indoor walking tapes such as Leslie Sansone's you will probably love "Walk It Out". Once you get the hang of the control, there is lots to discover on the Island and the music keeps you grooving. Plus it is fun!
"Walk It Out" can be played by shifting your weight on the Wii Balance Board, using any of the buttons on the DanceDanceRevolution Controller pad or with a Nunchuck. Slipping the Nunchuck over your pants or in your pocket tracks your steps, keeps the game simple and allows for a wide variety of movement. With the Nunchuck you can also wear supportive footwear which you can't with the DDR Controller pad. The record section of the game keeps tabs on steps trekked and other data.
One drawback to the game is you cannot use your regular Mii. You create a character at the start but it is limited in configuration.Read more ›
Then, suddenly, Walk It Out walked onto the scene.It caught my interest. Like several reviewers, I found the packaging off putting. The photos of kids and a young adult didn't really scream, "This game is for you." Instead, it said the opposite, "This game isn't for you." However, I like to walk and the more I thought about the game, the better it sounded to me. It wasn't hugely expensive. I somewhat blindly pre-ordered the game. I received it the day that it came out, but waited to play it until the following morning.
Day 1: My first experience with the game made me wonder if I'd made a huge purchasing mistake. I read the documents that came with the game, but found them very lacking (the extended version of the docs is much better). My initial orientation in the stadium was a nightmare. I ended up flailing around for a bunch of extra time before I could escape to the island. In fact, I still have a phobia related to entering the stadium. At any rate, after about .6 miles of walking, I gave up in frustration.Read more ›
First, obviously, this is not a 'gamer' game. This is a way to get your daily walk in that is a little more interesting than just walking on a treadmill. It has gaming elements, but those who are looking for a purely gaming experience will not find it in this genre :-)
As exercise, this is pretty darned good. I did a 45 minutes stretch last night to learn the game and get a feel for it. The time flew by and I burned about 275 calories. ***EDIT - actually, after doing an hour today, I realize I must have done about an hour last night - I guess the time really DID fly by! :-) *** I am very much a Wii exerciser, I do EA Sports Active and have been looking for a light to moderate cardio option for my scheduled rest days, and Walk It Out looks like it will work very well for this. I did my session last night on the normal setting and I would call it light cardio. I did not feel like I was working terribly hard, probably could have sang through most of it, but by the end of the 45 minutes I was sweating lightly. There are ways in the settings to change the intensity up or down, too, but I doubt you could really crank this up to a high intensity level, where you were having to pant to breathe. You could probably get it to where you could not sing though.
The game starts with a profile creation section in which you enter your stats and create your little person to walk around Rhythm Island. Sorry, you can't use your Mii :-( And the little people are fairly generic - the main difference between boys and girls, for example, seems to be that girls wear shorts and boys wear long pants.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this game SO MUCH. I can't stop playing it. I get better "results" in the game if I jog. But here's the thing - I don't jog. I don't run. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Bridget D. Burke
Could not rate this any lower unfortunately. I do not know how the game is because this NEW game would not work. My old controller--could not get the HAND on the screen anywhere. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mushroom
I am a middle-aged adult, and I used this game daily for about nine months, after which I had lost 20 pounds. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gypsi Phillips Bates
Great game if you are needing a way to get a walking workout when the weather is lousy outside (and even when the weather is nice but want more of a workout than a leisurely walk). Read morePublished 1 month ago by mfrazzz
Love this game!! It's great because I am walking and getting my steps in and I am building an island. I am not a gamer person, be this game makes walking fun. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 325mama
this game is dumb. you cant even tell where you are going, and it goes past the items too fast....this was a waste of money.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer