Wii #2759 - Deepak Chopra's Leela (Europe)

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  1. Tempbot
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  2. Covarr

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    If this game was about Turanga Leela from Futurama, I'd be interested. As it is, I will assume this is shovelware.
     
  3. xxNathanxx

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    This was released after Zelda, not before.
     
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    Well, duh!
     
  5. xxNathanxx

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    Then why is this #2759 and Zelda #2760?

    Well, the numbering is incorrect anyway, but you could at least try. :P
     
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    LOOOOOOL WTF. deepak chopra the video game
     
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    While everyone's playing Zelda, I'll enjoy some Leela, yay.
    But truly, what is this game about? Yoga?
     
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    i want that red chakra of her
     
  9. berlinka

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    I tried it this weekend. I like it. But that's because I dig me some meditation (or Mehtehtation as mr Chopra pronounces it).
    The games are just tagged on nonsense. It's fluffy stuff that might get you in some state of relaxation, but it sure is not what this package is about.
    I really really like the Meditation part. There's the Guided meditation, in which Chopra takes you by the hand and there's a big bunch of different meditations, each focusing on a different chakra. Then there's the meditation part where you can meditate yourself, so without any guidance. You can choose various lengths, ranging from 2 minutes to invinite (for the hardcore meditators).

    I think the unlocking system is a nice touch. You have to go through several meditation sessions to unlock all the stuff.
    The games could have been much more engaging and I hoped there would be more caleidoscopic and dreamy stuff, I think that's quite a shame actually.

    From what I tried I think this title is a good meditating tool, especially for starters. Deepak Chopra's voice is very calming and suitable for getting in a trance.

    7.2/10