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Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012 by UbiSoft




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Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012 is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 11.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: UbiSoft
  • Developer: UbiSoft
  • Category: Sports , Fitness
  • Players:1-4 Players

Product Details:

Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012 is the new sequel to Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, the #1 fitness game on Kinect. Exercise your way with a customizable, social and fun experience that delivers serious results. As one of the most extensive fitness offerings on the market, Your Shape includes over 90 hours of activities. Your Shape provides an even wider array of activities to suit your tastes and fitness goals, including zen classes, latin dance and boot camp. The state-of-the-art motion tracking has been pushed to the next level with brand-new floor movements and an enhanced feedback system that guides you on how to improve your technique and results.

  • WHERE FITNESS AND MAGIC MEET - Your Shape will take players into a stimulating world showcasing an array of captivating visual effects and an environment that will transform as their workouts evolve in the game. The improved player projection will allow players to see themselves in the Your Shape universe and keep a close eye on their workouts.
  • FITNESS YOUR WAY - You choose how you want to play! Do you want a personal trainer to help meet your set fitness goals? Or do you want to focus on a specific muscle group? You can also build a program around the time you have to work out.
  • A WORLD OF FITNESS IN YOUR LIVING ROOM - Your Shape contains activities for everyone and anyone. Players will be able to try new workout routines such as Latin, Hip-hop, Pop, African and Bollywood. There's a broad selection of classes and games available, including Zen, Kick Boxing, Boot Camp and Jump Rope. A new and unique feature called Run the World will enable players to run virtually through the streets of New York, Paris or London and enjoy the environment.
  • BEST-IN-CLASS TRACKING NOW WITH NEW FLOOR MOVES - With an enhanced feedback system, players can now get feedback on how to improve their technique and results. With this recent technology, Your Shape now tracks floor movements, allowing new activities such as push-ups and sit-ups.
  • MONITOR YOUR PROGRESS AND CHALLENGE YOUR FRIENDS - Using Your Shape Center, players can monitor their progress, challenge their friends and see how they rank against players from across the world. They can also share their achievements on Facebook or keep in shape using Your Shape mobile applications. With hundreds of millions of calories already burned, our goal is for the community to burn 1 billion calories collectively by the end of 2012. "


Game Details

Number of Players
1-4 Players
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A gamers trainer... Nice to have a personal trainer that is on call 24/7, lots of variety from couch potato, to intermediate, to advanced, this really will kick your motivation up a notch or several, if thats what you need. I love it, pushes me to do more than I would have otherwise, if you do this twice a week, you will see results!
Date published: 2016-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love This Fitness Program Full of options, perfect for people who wants to workout from home. This program is way more effective than workout DVD for its Kinect detection.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from boring There is not much flexibility as to what you do in your workout. Not many choices of workouts. Gym games are boring and takes too long to create your profile. Besides all that its ok
Date published: 2012-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Exercise Game Not sure what others are talking about, but this game is exactly what I expected. I do not exercise as much as I should (40+) and this game got me moving again. The exercises were challenging enough and fun. MY kinect recognized me even when I was on the floor and the movements I made. What I liked best was that in the games I was not an avatar, it was actually me - I guess this is the camera feature in the kinect or something :). If you are like me, over 40 and have been way too slack in keeping fit, this is a good game for you!
Date published: 2012-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun for those that want it to be the intro and game play are great. sometimes the game wont register your moves but if you do the moves right and stay in step it will get almost all moves. this one will whoop your butt if you commit and give it your all. me and my wife use this daily for a half hour apiece plus have competitions. combined with dieting and other exercises and maybe UFC personal trainer (i use it too) you will see results. it really makes gaming fun and worth every second of it. i don't understand why it got low ratings its really fun and a great workout game. besides its a game that makes you workout. one CON is that the calorie count was off for my first 3 days. you have to go in and set your personal info (ht, wt, age) and it gets way more accurate.
Date published: 2012-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best fitness videogame for 2012 - with a warning This is by far the best videogame workout of all the current offerings, including the other consoles. But be warned, this "game" is not for the faint of heart. Even some of the "beginner" levels of the Sports Preparation mode are extremely taxing, and require at least a medium level coordination. The instructors move very quickly, and there isn't much in the way of exacting coaching. If you're looking for a game to explicitly tell you that your arms/legs are in the wrong place, this isn't it. It will still do that, but the clock will still be ticking down. The vast majority of the activities are paced quickly, so you'll have to be careful of fatigue. Overall, a great way to get fit.
Date published: 2012-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice fitness game I really like this game. There are tons of options and as long as you have half a brain you can piece together a workout or do one of the short routines they have made. The Kinect works really well and picks up my movements. I have not had any problem with the game recognizing my movements. Definitely recommend for someone looking for a cheap and moderate workout.
Date published: 2012-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great game for dedicated weightloss This is a great game, at 28$ it WAS a great price too, apparently Gamestop decided to up the prices because it was selling too quick. Squeeze every penny I suppose. Anyway, to the game. It gives you 8 minigames and about 30 or so mimic workouts. I found the 8 minigames to be great, not so much for the "do as our 3d trainer does, this game is a vast improvement above Kinect Fitness evolved of the previous edition, having said that, it still has issues detecting motion in certain workouts and that can be frustration when giving a full "warrior pose" with sore muscles. Another "feature" happens to be the calorie tracking, but beware, for the first 100 or so calories there's some sort of glitch surrounding the numbers "43" as in "you're 43 calories ahead of your friend" when you're not or when your friend has the same calorie count. There's also the painfully long time it takes to register on Ubisoft's various websites that finally grant you the ability to share your progress on facebook, I gave up and posted the calorie updates manually. This is the interesting thing though, default calorie equations are set to the average 8 year old girl, meaning if you weigh 170 or higher chances are you're burning way more than 5 calories per 15minute workout. I found myself some 200 calories in until I noticed an option to input height and weight which increased a dissatisfying 3 calories for kicking a digital soccer ball to 12calories. With proper weight ratios you could burn a big mac in about an hour of low impact workouts. So whats the one primary hangup? Well first of all most people will agree that minigames are going to be infinitely more fun that just copying the actions of a perfect yoga or boxing instructor, so knowing that mastering all of the fun minigames takes a mere 1-3 hours takes it down a notch. This especially damages the replay value if you like minigames but dont feel like doing the same ones over and over. The in-ability to access your ipod during the game takes it down another notch. The price drop and then sudden price SURGE takes it into the stratosphere of "no". Its the best workout game on the 360, it has its charms, its a good workout, lasting appeal is hit and miss depending on your taste and how much you enjoy the same workouts and games. The game itself can be set from a price to content ratio, but I will give it a 7/10 on the game itself. 44$ for it? 5/10 who still pays 5 less used instead of buying new? 28$? 7/10 9$ 9/10 Your Shape Fitness 2012;worth 28 dollars, not so much when brought back up to 44 dollars.
Date published: 2012-02-27
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