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Ring Fit Adventure
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- Control in game movements with the new ring con and leg strap accessories
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- Batteries : 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.
- Language : English
- Rated : Everyone 10+
- Product Dimensions : 6.6 x 33.53 x 32.77 cm; 698.53 Grams
- Release date : Dec 11 2019
- Manufacturer : Nintendo
- Place of Business : Redmond, WA 98052, US
- ASIN : B07XV4NHHN
- Item model number : HACRAL3PA
- Country of origin : China
- Best Sellers Rank: #45 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Ring Fit Adventure - Nintendo Switch
From the manufacturer
Explore a huge fantasy world and defeat enemies using real-life exercise!
Watch Annie Murphy stay active with Ring Fit Adventure – only available on the Nintendo Switch system.
Jog, Sprint, and high knee through over 100 levels in more than 20 worlds.
Traverse grass-swept plains by jogging in place, attack enemies with overhead shoulder presses, and refill your health meter by striking some yoga poses.
Control in-game movements with the new Ring-Con and Leg Strap accessories
The new Ring-Con and Leg Strap accessories respond to your real-world movements, allowing the game to turn them into in-game actions.
Play a long-form adventure or shorter minigames
With additional minigames and customizable workout routines, Ring Fit Adventure is a great escape for players of all skill levels and schedules.
It's fun for the whole family!
Want to compete with others? Pass around the Ring-Con and Leg Strap accessories and select from 12 minigames!
Create customized workout routines
If you’re looking for a more formal workout, you can create customizable workout routines, mixing exercises and minigames to help break a sweat.
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I plan on using it again just like I planned on going to the gym about 2 years ago. Except this is a physical thing in my apartment that stares at me and taunts me as I sit on the couch covered in crumbs. I put my coffee table in front of it so I don’t have to look at it any more.
The story is cool and the world is beautifully designed. The bad guy at the beginning of the story is also beautifully designed (if ya know what I mean).
It’s got a good sense of humour and will give you an actual workout. I am sad.
I have been unable to walk for more than 5 minutes without triggering vertigo. It has been hard to motivate myself to push my limits and get out and walk in the cold gloomy weather we've been having lately with the worry of getting myself home once I feel cruddy.
You can customize your fitness levels easily on this. I started everything on the lowest settings it would let me, as my goal at the moment is to increase my walking stamina and improve nerve communication between my eyes and feet for balance. (More complicated than most of you care about but this is my life, these days). I completed the first 2 worlds on my first go. Fast walked, with strength and resistance exercises, I covered more than 3km. I sweat. I needed to rehydrate.
I got dizzy. And kept going. I started to get sore. And kept going. I only stopped because I know I did way too much my first try. It's the most exercise I've done in over a year. And... It's taking every ounce of restraint I have to not pick it up and play some more. It's fun. I want to know what happens next. I'm really looking forward to rebuilding my strength and health and feel this is the perfect tool.
For those of you looking for a serious work out - buy it. Casual work out - buy it. It will be what you make it.
As an RPG, I suspect it will get old but I'm hoping everyone hops on and Nintendo does a stronger story/game line with the next version.
This will definitely keep me going until then. Maybe, just maybe Nintendo will make the controllers compatible with many games. I would love to play every game in this mode.
So, I start the game up, go through the initial calibrations carefully, tell the game that I work out "sometimes" (I cycle to work) and decided I wanted an "Intense" workout (the second-hardest difficulty of four presets). One intro movie later, and I was off on my adventure, running in place to advance through the level and squeezing/stretching the ring to blow gusts of air/suck in coins. Not too shabby, but pretty basic.
On to level two. After some jogging, I come face-to-face with the first enemy in the game. Switching to battle mode, I was given the option to select between four default exercises to attack this beast with (there are about 40 in the game which can all be accessed in Quick Play; in Adventure, they are unlocked through progress). I'm pretty comfortable with squats, so I selected "Squats" and mentally prepared to fire off a couple in order to take this critter down.
Immediately after my selection a number 30 appeared on the screen. 30. My opening salvo consisted of 30 squats, the first half of which I was required to hold for an extra beat before standing back up. Feeling a little tired and decide to cheat by doing a half-squat? Your attack does half damage. Straighten your legs too soon? The squat doesn't count! Yikes! One ab-guard (compressing the ring against my abdomen to block an attack) and several overhead ring squeezes later, I vanquished the FIRST ENEMY IN THE GAME and was able to advance.
Needless to say there were more enemies to destroy with my body's raw power, and more jogging to do. And high-knees to climb stairs. If jogging in place is a no-go, there's an option to do mini-squats instead to move. And - very importantly - you can adjust the difficulty whenever you want, resulting in less movements needed to destroy your enemies. Or more, if you're so inclined.
Ring Fit Adventure has surprised me. Well done, lads. Well done.
You'll lose track of time having fun with this while working out so set timers :)
The exercises are simple, effective, and lots of fun to complete while going through adventure mode. Lots of minigames as well.
Overall, very impressed. My 4 year old was also able to use her own profile and is already level 10! She loves it. Great way for a family to have some fun while exercising. I hope some multiplayer features come in the future. Right now you have to take turns between all those participating but still fun to watch and encourage each other.
Looking forward to future dlcs and expansions should they come.