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EA SPORTS Active 2 with Total Body Tracking will include the innovative EA SPORTS Active heart rate monitor that provides constant on-screen monitoring, allowing users to capture intensity and optimize performance over time. Additionally, it will utilize the full body motion tracking ability of the Kinect Motion Camera*, providing users complete freedom of motion. Users will also be able to track and share their workout data online through automatic uploading from their online connected console to their personalized EA SPORTS Active profile. EA SPORTS Active 2 with the Kinect Motion Camera* will make working out simple, fun and effective wherever you are.
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Features
  • Create unlimited customizable workouts with combinations of more than 70 games and activities,...
  • Track your heart rate on screen in real time with the innovative EA Sports Active heart rate...
  • Watch your body's every move translate seamlessly on screen
  • Chart your progress and share your achievements as part of the EA Sports Active online global...
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Video Game
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Electronic Arts
Edition
Standard
ESRB Age Rating
Everyone
Genre
sports_and_outdoors_games
Hardware Platform
Xbox 360
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1
Label
Electronic Arts
Number Of Discs
1
Number Of Items
1
Operating System
Xbox 360
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1
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Xbox 360
Product Group
Video Games
Publication Date
2010-10-31
Publisher
Electronic Arts
Release Date
2010-11-16
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Electronic Arts
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huge range of fun fitness activities Synopsis EA SPORTS Active 2 with Total Body Tracking will include the innovative EA SPORTS Active heart rate monitor that provides constant on-screen monitoring, allowing users to capture intensity and optimize performance over time. Additionally, it will utilize the full body motion tracking ability of the Kinect Motion Camera*, providing users complete freedom of motion. Users will also be able to track and share their workout data online through automatic uploading from their online connected console to their personalized EA SPORTS Active profile. EA SPORTS Active 2 with the Kinect Motion Camera* will make working out simple, fun and effective wherever you are.   Unlimited customizable workouts Build muscle Features Create unlimited customizable workouts with combinations of more than 70 games and activities, and exercise with games every day without the need for a controller Track your heart rate on screen in real time with the...

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  • MPN: 19475
  • UPC: 014633194753
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  1. The game has had an update download and has improved significantly since. Floor exercises are no longer tracked so situps and planks etc will not frustrate anymore, other than the fact that you have to wait for your trainer to finish her reps, which is fine, it gives you some time for water break. The controls are alot less jumpy too which made kinect navigation a lot easier, however i still like to use the controller. What still needs improvement are the “bend over” exercises, especially rowing frustrates me like no other. Also when making customized workouts, there is no way to easily swap one exercise for another without deleting and re-entering all the exercises that come after it. Same goes for the pre-programmed workouts, you should be able to delete or subtitute exercises. I have a bad shoulder and are unable to do some of the exercises, but it only lets you eliminate them or skip them during your workout no change them into one that works for me.That said, my final problem with this game continues to be lack of variety in exercises. Doing the same exercises for biceps, rows, flies, etc becomes boring and tedious after months, which is why im trying other games right now.Another nice feature would be to be able to pick what muscle group you want to focus on and it would pick the appropriate exercises for you.I would like to start with the statement that I only paid $39.99 for this game and my 2 stars are partially based on that price. If I had paid more I would’ve been a lot more bothered by all the flaws this program has.It’s been mentioned over and over, the kinect has a hard time tracking you. Not only on the floor exercises which I surprisingly have less problems with than for instance cardio boxing, mountain biking and running. If I wait for the prompt to lie down it will do fine, is it annoying? Yes, especially if it happens twice or three times in a row. My biggest frustration is on the cardio boxing in which the jab and the hook do not seem to be any different from eachother and sometimes it takes 5-8 times to hit the target while other times I “hit” it while I don’t even move.With mountain biking it often has a hard time tracking me “running up the hill” and no matter what I do my avatar keeps standing still, prompting the “show me how” menu to pop up etc.Also running with my trainer on the track or field, no matter how fast I “run” I never move any faster. It’s frustrating, especially if the trainer continues to have to “wait” for me.The HR monitor is spotty to say at the least. I can be running and my HR keeps going down. This ONLY happens while I run, wth?Now there are some things that could be improved to make this program easier to deal with.1) The instructions should only be given when you ask for them. Lately they just pop up while I’m doing an exercise. I have no idea why but is more than annoying that while I’m “mountain biking” suddenly during the trail, the “how to” screen pops up. Considering I have been through 3/4 of the trail I probably know how to do it. I have the “instructions” turned off and they still pop up whenever they feel like it, even in the middle of an exercise, which previously didn’t happen only on the beginning of an exercise.2) The heart rate test should be available whenever you want it, not only on the first day of the week.3) The ability to swap one exercise for another. For instance the boxing is not working for me so I should be able to replace it with another exercise using the same muscles.4) I should be able to choose to work out as many days as I want, but it will not let you pick more or less than 4.5) I should be able to adjust my goals during the 3 or 9 week programs without losing any count of what you already have done. You can adjust but it will start counting all over (not taking in account the days or calories you already had before you adjusted your goal so basically you start on a new goal from the time you adjusted it).6) You need to be given time to grab the stretch band (or weights) without having to register again or being explained “how to” again. It’s very annoying.7) There should be a minute or so between exercises after running or other cardio so you can drink water. You can do that anyway however you will have to go through the “recognition”, “continue” etc again.8) I’m tired of having to go through the whole freaking menu before EVERY workout. I should be able to set a standard program which just start when I press “start workout”.9) Considering there is a max recommended heart rate per age group, the program should make you slow down instead of telling you to go faster when your HR is 196 you are running like crazy but your avatar is barely moving. The program should take the HR in account instead of only tracking your movements (which it obviously doesn’t do well).All this said, this program is definatly not ready to be on the market and I do not know how they can get away with it because it is basically robbery. You bought something you can’t return once it’s opened but it doesn’t work? It is just not right.I do continue to fight with it every single day because I still like the workout I get from it even with all the frustrations. The fact that I paid $40 makes it a lot easier to deal with it’s many flaws and shortcomings, but I still feel cheated to have paid money for something that is obviously defective.As other people have said, I own “dance central”, “kinect sports” and “kinect adventure” and none of these games have issues being played like “Active 2” does.Two stars because the program has potential (and I still use it daily) but don’t pay more than $40 for it because even that is too much. It needs many improvements not only with tracking but also with features and ease of use.

  2. First, the game is great! I will say that as noted above, there is some issues with Kinect tracking at times, but I’ve found that if you have the proper amount of space (I have to move the couch back) the sensor actually does an impressive job in tracking what you are doing, that being said I think this game prefers a little more space than some other Kinect games as it does have to track you in many different positions. Throw in an awesome heart monitor that really works great and allows you to monitor your body and you have a winning combination with this game. The origional batteries that came with it did not last long, but I have had no issues using my rechargable Eneloop cells with the monitor. I really enjoy using this program, some may not think it’s as fun as a “dance” type workout but that’s not what I wanted (I have two left feet, dancing is just not me). The workouts look so simple, but by the time you are done with your workout you will be feeling a great workout, don’t be surprised if you are sore in the morning when you start using it!The workouts available are a 9 week program and a 3 week program, I have decided to start with the 3 week program in “easy” mode since I have not been working out for some years and wanted to ease myself into the program, with the 9 week program on regular difficulty to follow up.If you are on the fence, but know that you need to do something to get back into shape, get it!Unfortionately in April EA took the game servers offline, there was some great tracking that you could do online (the xbox would upload your workout data to their servers), but a lot of that data is still available in the game. I am still going to dock 1 star based on the servers being offline as I do feel they were a great value add.

  3. After battling extreme frustration trying to get the WII version of this software to work (it would not track my movements), I purchased the XBOX360 version for Kinect, because I had heard that the tracking problems were not an issue. Silly Me!So I set up the program, and began my first workout. It worked like a charm throughout the first exercise until I got to the squats. And there it simply refused to track me. The screen stood still. The Trainer kept spouting “helpful” sayings, like “try to follow my movements,” but did not move, and the screen did not track my movements. What made it worst is that I couldn’t skip the exercise to go to the next one, so it effectively ended my workout.So I went to the EA Sports page to try to get some some guidance, and didn’t find the game on that page, and they basically make it impossible for you to email them for assistance. Thus the review. I’m happy to change the review upwards if someone from EA will respond, or contact me about how to make the software work! Or at least tell me how to get some guidance elseware. Right now I’m incredibly frustrated, and disappointed with this product.

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