There may well be a fair few fitness and sports-related games available for the Nintendo Wii already, but it looks like the list is about to become that little bit bigger. It appears that Namco Bandai Games has just confirmed a release date for its upcoming ExerBeat video game.
According to James Orry over at videogamer.com, the ExerBeat game — which is due to arrive in stores on May 17th — promises to provide an interactive fitness experience for the whole family. The game features a total of 155 exercises, spanning over 8 different categories.
These include Latin Dance, Hip Hop, Stretching, Yoga/Pilates, Karate, Aerobics and Karate Forms. The game also features Party Fitness exercises for the children. Gamers will be able to enjoy each exercise they take part in, by following the easy-to-understand instructions.
Players will even be able to create their own personal workout program by specifying the ‘Problem areas’ they want to work on, as well as setting their workout goals and the length of their workouts. The dedicated instructors will provide players with useful insight and exercise tips.
Both friends and members of the family will even be able to compete for the highest score for each exercise, whether they are playing side-by-side simultaneously or comparing their scores on the ranking boards. Do you like the sound of the ExerBeat fitness game?