There are over 60 fitness games to choose from. You have your yoga, strength training, aerobics, balance games, and extra games like obstacle course. The Wii Fit Plus's extra games are not included in the original Wii Fit. Obstacle course is like playing a real life Super Mario Bros. game because you have to jump, run, and avoid obstacles.
A lot of yoga games involve standing on the Wii balance board, and you have to slightly move around or stay at a single position for a little while. Sometimes you can even feel your muscles burning off calories. Strength training enables you to stimulate your muscles, and tone any one of them up. Aerobics is known for burning off your belly fat, and you will most likely break a sweat. Lastly, the balance and extra games make you play silly, random games, and even tone up your muscles sometimes. For instance, there's a bird flapping game where you have to flap up your arms, and may even tone up those muscles.
Unfortunately, most games still have their flaws. One of the biggest flaws in Wii Fit Plus is the Body Mass Index (BMI). The BMI is very confusing to adults, such as myself, and it's way too strict for us too. In fact, there's a children's BMI and an adult BMI. For users ages 3-19, the weight ranges have slightly changed. It goes from underweight, healthy weight, at risk of overweight, and overweight. For anyone who's 20 years old and older, it goes from underweight, normal, overweight, and obese. Does this mean overweight is the same as obese? This is way too confusing for us, and they should change it immediately. Luckily, you can completely ignore the BMI scale, but you have to do a body test, when you play it for the first time. You don't even have to do anymore body tests if you don't want to.
Another flaw that this game has is the lack of multiplayer modes. You can only play up to nine two player games, but have to take turns on most of them. Also, there's absolutely no Wi-Fi connection. It would have been fun to compete against players from around the world, and try to beat their fitness records.
Overall, there are a variety of games that tone up your muscles in different areas. It's great for anyone who wants to lose weight, stay healthy, and it's way more convenient and cheaper than a gym membership. I would definitely recommend this game to just about anyone.
Presentation - 8 There are over 60 fitness games, and you can even pick out your own workout routine. It also counts out calories, and lets you know how long you played this game. You can even figure out how many calories there are in certain foods.
I wish that the BMI system could be more accurate.
Graphics - 7 The graphics are pretty good, but it still feels a bit too cartoonish. They did a nice job polishing up the graphics.
Sound - 7 There's a variety of music and sounds, but the trainers are a bit too repetitive sometimes.
Game play - 9 There's a lot variety with the game play, and you can tone up all of your muscles in just about any area.
Lasting approval - 8 You can't really go wrong in a fitness game. It's just too bad that this game has no Wi-Fi, and they could have improved on the multiplayer modes.
Overall: 7.8 I have to round up the score a bit.