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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Mar 25, 2010.
The US release was called "Walk It Out"
It's actually not a bad game at all, for what it is. Lot's of exploration (kinda) and unlockables / collectables (kinda again), as well as upbeat music (for the most part...and a lot actually made by Konami themselves), fitness, and some challenge if you're rhythmically impaired (like me *cough cough*)!
Really my only gripe considering what the game was meant to be was that the wiimote/nunchuck controls were not the best, but the balance board controls worked great (never got a chance to try the dance mat).
Also, the graphics are stylized and look great.
Don't knock it until you try it.
I'm probably one of the few who bought the wii as a fitness regime. So this looks interesting indeed. Anything to break the monotony of golds gym/ea sports active etc.
I played Walk It Out and gave it a decent chance with the balance board, but unfortunately it's just not good. It is not hard enough at all, the only differences between songs is the tempo. I honestly think this game would be good physical therapy for mentally challenged people (seriously no disrespect intended.) It would be far better if it was more challenging, I don't know why they didn't make it with the classic DDR formula.
theres alot of faggots on the front cover
I agree with that, though, somewhat. As far as difficulty goes, it is not supposed to be DDR, but they should have added a 'free-run' setting so that you don't have to, well, "step to the beat" to get points.
Yes I know.