Wii #0804 - Active Life: Outdoor Challenge (USA)

Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by B-Blue, Sep 10, 2008.

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  2. Lumstar

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    From the creators of Stadium Events. Yes, that one. Infamous for its massive prices on ebay.
     
  3. florian

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    Hello [​IMG]

    This game is playable with balance board wiifit?


    thx for the infos
     
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    No, it brings it's own power pad.
    On usa it is now available for 60$ or so.
    Not compatible with dance pads found on DDR.
     
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    Doesn't Active Life: Outdoor Challenge completly go against sitting on your couch, indoors, playing video games.
     
  6. Lumstar

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    Stadium Events was later repackaged in the US as World Class Track Meet, which is far more common here.

    The weirdest product to come out of that story was an also US-only compilation known as Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet. What a hard to pronounce name... [​IMG]

    Although I didn't get around to using a Power Pad myself. Despite briefly owning one.
     
  7. shadow1w2

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    I had alot of fun with that power pad.
    Still have one too. Though I only had the World Track Meet in the triple pack cart.
    I did get to try out nearly all of the power pad compatible games thanks to a friend who had em.

    The box art tells me "DONT BUY THIS"
    But I must know.
    Is the pad wireless or does it use a gamecube port?
    Cause it would be nice if it would work with glovepie.

    Still rather funny that they are pretty much bringing back a version of the power pad.
    What with technology these days you could just waggle a stick instead.
    Primitive controllers making you use your feet bah.