Exerbeat News & Screens

11 April, 2011 - 10:48 pm by
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With more than 150 fitness-oriented activities spanning a variety of categories such as dance, martial arts, body conditioning, and quirky mini-game type party games, there are plenty of choices for players to get active. ExerBeat also includes exercises which are compatible with the Balance Board. The game supports one or two players.

ExerBeat includes various modes to encourage a healthy, ongoing fitness routine. An in-game personal trainer helps customize workout programs based on the player’s personal goals and preferences, while daily and weekly challenges motivate players to achieve accomplishments on a consistent basis.

The game provides estimated data on calories burned after each activity and includes records on a daily, weekly or monthly basis so players can track their progress regularly. On-screen instructors enhance the training experience as they provide direction as well as fitness tips and feedback to guide players.

Around the World mode converts players’ workout results into an equivalent distance walked across the globe. This is shown by the Miis walking to famous landmarks around the world. The game will finally provide Wii users a nice change from the Wii Fit and Fit + games. The game launches 13 May 2011.