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EA Sports Active 2.0 on 360 Wii

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EA Sports Active 2.0 is a Improvement game available on the 360 Wii.

EA Sports Active 2.0 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.


EA Sports Active 2

EA Sports Active 2 monitors your every move for better feedback and fitness.

EA Sports Active 2 extends the series by adding their heart rate monitor. Unlike other monitors that strap to the chest, restricting movement, this can be used on the arm or leg to capture stress and effort data.
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Domestic Gamer review Tue, 25 Jan 2011

EA Sports Active 2 is another proper workout. The Kinect version freed me from the dreaded leg strap and for me was the easiest to use. It works because it's fun.

Having read Paul's professional take on EA Sports Active 2 (Wii), I thought a more casual user's opinion may be in order. I've played all manner of exercise games from Your Shape (Wii) to Yoga (Wii) to Active Health with Carol Vorderman (DS) and have even given the original EA Sports Active a good go. But on each occasion, my casual commitment to exercise at home has meant that they have been more trouble than they were worth. I've simply got too many other more pressing family chores to attend to. Setting up controllers and tensions bands is just too much hassle.
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Fit Gamer review Tue, 25 Jan 2011

EA Sports Active 2 builds on the series' strengths as it loses the wires to create a comprehensive exercise program for even the most ardent of fitness fanatic. Although each version has its benefits, on Wii, PS3 or 360 this is most impressive.

For the last few years EA Sports Active has been stiff competition for Wii-Fit Plus, providing excellent workouts in your home. With version 2.0, EA have kept what worked in the original while significantly improving the experience.
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