Anyone excited for Wii Fit U?

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User Info: TheIastspartan

TheIastspartan
3 years ago#11
Considering I haven't touched the first Wii Fit since the day it came out, no.

User Info: amonte64

amonte64
3 years ago#12
No. We want games for gamers, AKA, hardcore games for hardcore gamers, not BS crap.

User Info: parkourboybryan

parkourboybryan
3 years ago#13
amonte64 posted...
No. We want games for gamers, AKA, hardcore games for hardcore gamers, not BS crap.


Ooh, someone scared of a game marketed at casuals. Does it make you upset that people will enjoy this game even though it's lacking all of the "hardcore" qualities of a game like blood, gore, guns, bad language, and nudity?

Get over yourself. So you don't fit into this games demographic: Gamers who either want to get in shape or want a fun alternative to supplement their fitness plan. It doesn't mean you have to be a d*** and preach like you're superior because you don't want it.
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User Info: stargazer64

stargazer64
3 years ago#14
I actually am excited. It and Super Mario 3D World are why I'm buying a Wii U.

I lost 20 lbs playing the original Wii Fit, and I don't see anything else that is motivating me to get back into decent shape these days.
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User Info: Rasputin77

Rasputin77
3 years ago#15
I'm just too lazy to turn the living room into an exercise area every time I want to play. There's a gym at work that's fine... otherwise I'd probably consider it.

amonte64 posted...
No. We want games for gamers, AKA, hardcore games for hardcore gamers, not BS crap.

I guarantee your boy-crush clicked on that to have it modded, lol. Apparently... it's okay because it's not about dust? *shrug*
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User Info: CubeTV

CubeTV
3 years ago#16
Never played the original Wii Fit and I'm very interested in the pedometer, most likely going to get it.

How does the discount work again? Do I buy a balance board and a pedometer, then enter a code in and get Wii Fit U for only $20?
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User Info: LePhenom

LePhenom
3 years ago#17
I will buy it and pretend I'm going to dates with Wii Fit Trainer when I exercise. Exercising dates. If I like her enough, maybe I'll make her my wiifU.

User Info: NerdimusPrime

NerdimusPrime
3 years ago#18
mdietr1ch posted...
I'm excited. I preordered the fit meter and I'll be buying a balance board tomorrow. I might have to lose a couple of pounds before I can use it though.


The balance board supports 330 lbs.
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