- Category: Fitness News
- Created on Friday, 30 March 2012 20:03
- Written by NAPSI
(NAPSI) - If you want to become more active and have fun at the same time, why not start the party by playing the latest dance and fitness games?
The new releases offer some great options for getting your moves on.
For example, you can dance along to the biggest hits that made The Black Eyed Peas into a global phenomenon in “The Black Eyed Peas Experience.”
The game lets you perform alongside apl.de.ap, Fergie, Taboo and will.i.am with professional choreography designed exclusively for the group. It includes all the record-breaking hits from “The Beginning,” “The E.N.D.,” “Monkey Business” and “Elephunk.”
With the ability to play with up to four friends at once, “The Black Eyed Peas Experience” is the ultimate way to get the party started in your own living room.
If you want to revolutionize your workout routine, try “Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012,” sequel to the No. 1 fitness game on Kinect. The game includes over 90 hours of activities and 60 new exercises and workout classes.
Players can follow new workout routines, choose from a selection of classes including dance, yoga and sports training, or play fun games like jump rope and cardio boxing. A new feature called Run the World allows players to virtually run through the streets ofNew YorkorLondon.
When all is said and done, sometimes you want to “Just Dance.” Fortunately, the world’s No. 1 dance brand game is back and the party is better than ever. The new “Just Dance 3” for Kinect and Wii gives a new twist to the already spontaneous and outrageous dance game.
The game features over 40 tracks from multiple genres and popular artists, including “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO, “California Gurls” by Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg, and “Forget You” by Cee Lo Green.
Not only does the game include everyone’s favorite game modes, like Just Sweat and Dance Mash-ups, but for the first time, you can bust your moves with four players simultaneously.
The brand-new Just Create mode lets players choreograph and record their own dance routines right into the game.
For more information, visit www.ubi.com.