Yoga Wii
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  • Summary: Anja Rubik and a 3D animated Yoga guru guide you through the most important parts of the game and offer useful information on both the individual exercises and the philosophical basis behind yoga. Yoga encourages the player to take steps to improve his or her own health and to restore and maintain their own state of well-being. The game supports a wide range of body positions, and the Balance Board provides the player with immediate feedback. The yoga guru guides you through poses in a gentle introduction into this fascinating world. It's simple for you to develop your own, customised yoga exercise plan and monitor your progress! Yoga is designed to stand out from the considerable range of "fitness games" out there and shows a new, modern way to provide more body awareness and relaxation. Does your work-out really need to be faster, most exhausting and harder? Slow your day down, allow your body and mind to relax - with Yoga for the Wii system. [DreamCatcher Interactive] Expand
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  1. It's only likely to prove its worth after a few weeks of play. [Jan 2010, p.80]
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    There just isn't really much point to Yoga. It doesn't offer anything worthwhile that a yoga DVD wouldn't already offer for less than half the price.
  3. If you want to learn more about yoga, pick up a book, check out the internet, buy a DVD…..anything but this.
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  1. Nov 20, 2011
    I got this game on bargain bin, definitely not great, not by a longshot, but it delivers some solid yoga training and healthy lifestyle advice! The only specialized yoga game and one that explains the logic behind it. More of an edutaintment title than a game really. Visuals are below par but the music is good for a nice yoga session. Expand
  2. Jul 20, 2011
    Niestety bardzo siÄ
  3. Rob
    Dec 11, 2009
    Sooooooooooo Bad. You do not control your player, you follow an instructor around a yoga temple stopping every 30 seconds for horrible voiceovers to describe each painting or sculpture you walk past for a minute or two. Eventually you get to a room where you do one pose before following your instructor through the temple to the next room where you do one pose. When you are doing the poses it sort of tells you how your weight is distributed, but it's difficult to understand. One pose even shows two feet's weight distribution when one foot is supposed to be on the board. If you instead choose routine from the main menu, you get no narration, just random sound clips saying whether you're doing something right or wrong. Like they think people are idiots and it's actual feedback when the routine doesn't use the balance board or wii remote. The best part? This game reminds me of the sega CD days. Every once in a while during your trip through the temple the game loads and you get a 30-second clip of anja giving some random useless piece of trivia, and the game loads again and you keep following your instructor around the temple. Great stuff! Expand