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Activity Log Health and Fitness on 3DS

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Activity Log Health and Fitness is a Improvement game available on the 3DS. It can be played in 3d modes.

Activity Log Health and Fitness is a Improvement game. Self improvement games tap into the popular trend in exercise, workouts and therapy. Experiences as diverse as Brain Training on Nintendo DS and Wii-Fit on the Nintendo Wii have popularised the idea that games can be about more than just having fun - they can improve your brain, body and even mental outlook on life.

Activity Log Health and Fitness can be played in a 3d mode. These types of games use shuttered, polarised or even red/green glasses technology to create a 3D visual experience. This not only adds depth and changes how the game looks, but also opens up new camera views and play styles. The PS3 supports 3DTV's and the 3DS provides a top screen that enables glasses free 3D output.


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Fit Gamer review Mon, 14 Mar 2011

Activity Log comes pre-installed on the 3DS as a taste of fitness and exercise games on the new console. Battery life and physical footprint may need to be overcome, but the exercise tracking possibilities of the cameras and motion sensors more than compensate for this.

One of the less obviously exciting aspects of the built-in software on the 3DS is its Activity Log. This tracks all your activity on Nintendo's portable - both electronically and in the real world with a built-in pedometer.
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