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Zumba Fitness is a video game developed by Pipeworks Software and published by Majesco Entertainment based on the Zumba program. It is available for Wii with Wii Balance Board, PlayStation 3 with PlayStation Move and Xbox 360 with Kinect. The game was released in November 2010.
Zumba Fitness is an exercise game and program for Wii that taps into the Zumba dance-exercise craze that has swept the nation. Surprisingly challenging, and addictively fun, the 30 heart-pounding Zumba routines that make up Zumba Fitness utilize the motion sensing capabilities of the Wii Remote or Wii Remote Plus controller which work along with the exclusive Wii Remote belt, included with the game, to create a fun but result-producing workout. Additional features include: 4-player support, including a two-on-two co-op option; multiple skill levels along with a training level; multiple in-game instructors and venues.
Dance Yourself into Shape with Zumba
Ditch your standard workout and bring a Zumba party right into your living room with Zumba Fitness for Wii. Zumba Fitness is an program based on the national dance-based exercise craze, Zumba. The secret of Zumba is its pairing of red-hot international dance steps with sexy Latin music which blend together to create an addictively fun, yet challenging exercise party focused on the joy of movement. The popularity of the workout has led to packed gyms and community centers all around the country, but now you and your workout/dance partners can join the party at home via your Wii.
Zumba Fitness uses the motion sensing capabilities of the Wii Remote or Wii Remote Plus controller to bring steamy, calorie-burning moves to the TV screen. The game's primary play mechanic is the replication by the player(s) in real-time of body moves that are demonstrated by an on-screen virtual instructor. The core-centric nature of these moves means that gameplay for each player requires only one controller, which is enclosed in the exclusive Wii Remote belt included with the game. (The belt is also compatible with the Wii Remote Plus controller) On-screen color changes to a representation of the player in-game alerts you to the accuracy of your moves, while a countdown clock keeps you constantly updated on the time remaining in the routine. Zumba Fitness also includes fan favorite Zumba instructors Tanya, Gina and Zumba's creator Beto, who together guide you through more than 30 routines that will make you forget you are even exercising. Together with four-player support allowing a friends join in the workout and an ever-present, infectious Latin groove, players have all that they need to dance the weight off and have a blast doing it.
- Bring the Zumba Fitness experience home with you in the first interactive game based on the successful brand.
- Learn and perfect nine different dance styles: Reggaeton, Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Hip-Hop, Mambo, Rumba, Flamenco and Calypso.
- Includes more than 30 Zumba routines - some exclusive to the game.
- Follow your on-screen Zumba instructor’s routine in a high voltage party atmosphere. As you fine tune the steps, the stage and party transforms in dynamic new ways.
- Strap the Zumba belt to your waist to turn the Wii Remote into a hip motion sensor.
- Supports up to 4 players as you team up and try to earn the highest workout score as a group or play against each other in Zumba Attack! Mode for the ultimate fitness dance off.
- Dance in a range of venues: learn the basics in the Zumba gym and then take the party to a fantasy night club, an industrial factory, a skyscraper rooftop and a futuristic Zumbathon stadium.
- Includes "Learn the Steps" training, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced routines for all skill levels.
- Dance steps learned can be taken with you if you attend a real Zumba class or on the dance floor at your next party.
Wii Remote belt included.
In-game instructor & tutorial.
Multiple difficulty levels.
4-player game support.
Top customer reviews
1, I am a gamer so game interface isn't something I really think about but I can see how it would be difficult to navigate if you aren't used to game formats.
2, this was my first time ever doing Zumba and I felt like a bouncing fool( which isn't a bad thing) they do provide tutorials on how to do the steps but they aren't very clear at all and move fairly quickly so you might have to go through them a few times.
Overall I think it's a good way to get in shape it got me sweating after only s couple minutes
I popped the game in, was able to create my profile quickly and easily with very little brain work and was up and shaking in no time.
I've done cardio dance DVDs in the past but I'm by no means a professional dancer/choreographed cardio girl BUT I was able to pick up the moves and had a great time burning calories and sweating my socks off!
I THOUGHT the beginner 20 minute routine would be a piece of cake but I was THOROUGHLY exhausted, sweaty and feeling the burn at least 10 minutes into the session.
It was a very gratifying workout.
The music is not my cup of tea but hey.......I'll get over it and it wasn't super annoying. I'll live and live stronger and healthier if I keep up with this exercise routine.
I like that you're able to create a calendar to track your progress and change it around to your own preference.
I cant wait to shake it and get my heart rate up, working out to this exercise routine again.
I'd also like to add that this is a great workout option if you're a little nervous about public performance. I know I've gone to gyms and been overwhelmed by the well choreographed ocean of exercise mavens and turned down classes for fear of looking like a total clutz.
This is great! You can do it in the privacy of your own home and if you buy it used like I did, get your money's worth in two sessions! Seriously, most zumba classes are 10 bucks a pop, a game for 20$ or less that will give you UNLIMITED CLASSES is a steal in my book!
However, I was greatly disappointed with the teaching factor of this game. Perhaps it's better for people who have done Zumba before and are familiar with the moves, but for a first timer it can be hard to follow. The instruction mode where you're supposed to learn the steps seems almost worse than useless. They register that the move is right whether it is or not and push you though the stages so fast that you don't really get it. Plus, in some of the steps it seems as if the person on the screen keeps moving forward without of course going anywhere, but if you try to emulate you'll end up running into the TV sooner or later. Since I wanted to use this to learn Zumba, it's been rather frustrating.
On the upside, the game play itself is actually easier and less frustrating than the tutorials. Here is where it's a good thing that the game is very forgiving about whether or not you're really matching what's on the screen since sometimes I can follow along and sometimes I can't figure out what they're doing, but as long as you keep moving in the general direction you're okay. Again, I feel disappointed because I actually wanted to learn Zumba and do the real steps and all, not just kind of hop madly in the right direction, but as long as I'm burning calories I suppose my actual goal is being met and if I set aside the frustration factor, then it's quite fun. I've only played it four or five times so far, so perhaps I shall slowly learn more of the steps as I continue to play, we shall see.
Long and short of it is that as an exercise aid I give this an A+, as a Zumba learning tool I give it a D. Not a good way to learn Zumba from scratch, but it is a good way to work out.