Forbes Says Don't Buy Wii Fit

Posted: Jan 30 2009, 7:44am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:50pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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A story in the U.S. publication Forbes tells people to not buy the Wii Fit game. The reason it says not to buy the title apparently isn’t the fact that the game doesn’t help with weight loss.

Rather the rationale is that most people don’t play the game. Shigeru Miyamoto has already said the goal of Wii Fit isn’t to actually make you fit, but to make you aware of your body. I have a Wii Fit in my home and my wife does use it.

If nothing else, the $199 asking price may be worth it for the weight-tracking feature alone. Many health scales that figure body mass cost about as much and the Wii Fit is much more interesting than a scale.

Via Spong

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