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EA Sports Active 2 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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    • EA Sports Active 2 requires you to synchronise your Total Body Tracking System correctly with your PlayStation 3 console. Click here for instructions.

Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • ASIN: B003SE6TXM
  • Product Dimensions: 26.8 x 19.8 x 6.6 cm ; 762 g
  • Release Date: 19 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,400 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description


Product Description

EA SPORTS Active 2 with Total Body Tracking will feature an innovative wireless control system powered by motion sensors in leg and arm straps that provide complete freedom of motion. Additionally, it will feature a heart rate monitor that provides constant on-screen monitoring, allowing users to capture intensity and optimize performance over time. Users will 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 Total Body Tracking will make working out simple, fun and effective wherever you are.

  • Built-in Heart Rate Monitor - Track your heart rate on screen in real-time with the innovative EA Sports Active heart rate monitor to capture intensity and optimize performance over time. The heart rate monitor sits comfortably on your left forearm and does not require a chest-strap.
  • Wireless Motion Tracking - The EA Sports Active 2 Total Body Tracking wireless system uses motion sensors in leg and arm straps to register movement and provide complete freedom of motion. Exercise hands-free and customize your workout with your own fitness equipment!
  • Take Your Workout Online - Track your progress on the web via the EA Sports Active online global community. EA Sports Active 2 tracks your fitness data online via automatic uploads to your online profile and allows you to share your data and connect with other users through workout groups - all while reaching your own personal fitness goals.
  • 70+ Exercises and Activities - Create unlimited customizable workouts with over 70 exercises and activities to choose from, including foundational exercises like squats, lunges, and bicep curls and fun fitness activities such as mountain boarding, basketball, and boxing.
  • Enrol in the 9-Week Program - Designed by certified

Manufacturer's Description

Exercising with video games has become all the rage in recent years, but if you're serious about your health EA Sports Active 2 is the most fit for purpose. Using the latest motion sensing technology, this new version of the best-selling fitness program comes complete with new leg and arm straps and a heart monitor to track every element of your workout.

Sports Active 2 supports all three motion control systems
Bundled leg and arm straps help with many exercises
Use the heart rate monitor to track your progress
David Beckham is the "brand ambassador" for the game

For the first time you can even share your workout data via the online hub and check to see how your progress compares to friends and family. You can swap tips, become part of a regular workout group and swap messages to help you stay motivated.

In the workouts themselves you can take advantage of a new three-part, nine week program or customise your own regime using more than 70 individual exercises. Whatever your needs you can be sure this is the healthiest video game you've ever played.

Key Features
  • Full Surveillance: Total body tracking no matter which console you own, with an innovative mixture of motion controls, custom peripherals and classic workout techniques.
  • Added Extras: Only EA Sports Active 2.0 comes bundled with its own heart rate monitor, to provide a constant onscreen update of your performance.
  • Group Activity: Join the online Active community and track your fitness data via automatic uploads. Join an online group and see how your progress compares to your friends.
  • Varied Exercise: Use more than 70 exercises to design your own fitness program or take advantage of the new 9-week program designed by professional trainers.
  • Controlling Motion: Works with the Wii remote motion controls and Xbox 360 Kinect systems.

Nike Low Impact Starter Pack DLC now available for EA SPORTS Active 2

 This new two-week workout program is available for purchase now for all connected PlayStation 3 users. This downloadable content will offer 6 new exercises and a two-week low impact program to keep your workouts fresh and engaging.

 Outfit your in-game avatar with Nike branded clothes and shoes, and work out in a Nike inspired exercise space. Earn an exclusive trophy for completing this workout program!

 All-new two-week program focusing on low impact exercises to keep you challenged and engaged! This downloadable content is available through a connected console.

 6 new exercises:

-          Front Shoulder Raises

-          Narrow Shoulder Raises

-          Alternating High Knee Reverse Lunges

-          Alternating Cross Over Lunges

-          Alternating Arm and Leg Lifts

-          Windshield Wipers

Sony Move hardware is not required for use of this product

About the Developer: EA Canada

EA's largest development studio is responsible for some of the biggest brands for EA Sports, including the FIFA series, NBA Live, NHL and SSX. They have also just taken over the Fight Night franchise. Their offices employ over a thousand staff, with three separate production studios.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 22 Nov. 2010
Platform for Display: PLAYSTATION 3
Having used the first Sports Active on the Wii last year, I was very eager to get a copy of SA2; the various demos which had shown up on youtube etc looked very impressive indeed. I went for the PS3 version this time round as I wanted a 'hands free' experience. The unreliability of motion sensor control in the original version on the Wii was the only thing that let it down in my opinion, but there was no real way of getting round that.

So anyway - on to this version. Set up was a cinch; I've read about people having problems getting the wireless sensors to sync, but no such problems here. Straps on, synced up and ready to go. I signed up, made my profile etc. and then headed into a medium workout scheme over 20 days. All good stuff, and broke a sweat as expected (I might restart on the hard workout scheme with which I'm more familiar with from the Wii original). The absolute joy of not being pounded with death by squats is the most immediate improvement that this new version has implemented.

Yes, there are leg exercises, but they're not quite so harsh and are combined with other movements so you don't end up with dead legs. It also helps that you're not expected to do a jog or run as a warm-down - you actually get, in the last three/four exercises, a good series of muscle stretches to warm down properly, a little like the old yoga exercises on the Wii. This new version seems to be much more about 'all over' exercise whilst retaining the cardio-vascular conditioning elements of the first.

One thing - same problem as the original - if you've got arms stronger than an eight year old child, then the resistance cord isn't actually much use.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on 7 Jan. 2011
Platform for Display: PLAYSTATION 3
I have never really enjoyed going to gyms as always feel very self conscious, and generally speaking find them a bit dull, but have recently wanted to increase my fitness level and start to lead a more healthy lifestyle. I'm not all that fit, so thought this would be a good way of getting a bit fitter without having to feel so self conscious. I have to say I wasn't really expecting much from it, and have been very impressed by what I have seen. The added heart rate monitor is excellent, as it enables you to see the change in your heart rate throughout the programme. I have been at it for a good few weeks now, and can already see that my level of fitness has increased.

There is a great array of exercises, some of which are really fun, such as basketball, football, mountain boarding, and mountain biking, and there are three levels - easy, medium and hard. There's also a good number of stretches to do in it which I have found to be very useful.

After reading a few reviews one of my main worries about EA Sports Active 2 was whether or not the sensors would be very good, but I have to say I have had very few problems with them. There has been the odd exercise where I've got a little frustrated with them, but I've always found a way around it, and have never found that it ruins the enjoyment of it.

I don't think this would replace the gym, or other types of exercise for everyone, but I have found it to be a great introduction to fitness, and can see myself continuing to use it alongside other exercise methods in the futre. My only real complaint about it is the resistance band isn't all that good, but considering the price, I'd be quite happy to go and replace this with something else.

All in all it's great, and I have now started to look forward to exercising
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By wicket2005 VINE VOICE on 23 Nov. 2010
Platform for Display: PLAYSTATION 3
This game certainly makes you feel like you have done some exercise with the added benefit of being able to monitor your heart beat. There are 3 monitors that fit on your arms and one leg, these register your movement and heart beat, enabling you to see just how well you are working out.

You input some basic information about yourself and set up the monitors to start, very easy then you get to pick a coach. He shows you how to do each exercise first which you can skip then you follow him into the exercise routine. At the moment the exercises are in bite size sections so you don't get bored but you are still raising your heart beat. I am only on the first week so the total amount of time spent exercising is 25 minutes I don't know if that time expands as you get further into the program. The program is supposed to be a 9 week one so it will be interesting to see if my fitness has increased.

The graphics are very good and a lot more grown up than the Wii Fit. You are encouraged to work at the speed being shown by the coach.

I love it and am off downstairs to use it now.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CrazyStreak on 13 Jan. 2011
Platform for Display: PLAYSTATION 3
I was going to join a gym this year, but decided to opt for the easy option and have fun at the same time by purchasing Active 2. The reviews were excellent and justifiably so. I had no problems setting up the straps, and instead of using the resistance band thats included, I now use my own weights, which should offer better results. There is a vast array of options available which should suit persons of any fitness to achieve their own personal goals.

I'm only slim so haven't purchased it to lose the calories that the 'game' has as its main core but wish to gain more muscle strength and lose a bit of the old belly, and thankfully, active 2 allows you to pick and choose the exercises to target what it is you want to achieve.

The exercises are in short sharp bursts, so they don't become mundane, before being repeated further into the routine.

If you put the effort and motivation into active 2 then it should help you in your quest, it feels good to actually become breathless, work up a sweat and have achey muscles in the comfort of your own home.

Another major advantage is that my water intake has increased to aid hydration, so as well as the game working wonders, my skin should benefit as well.

The only problem with the game is that at times the system doesn't pick up the fact you are doing an exercise which is annoying and you therefore have to skip the exercise and move onto the next one, yet how it knows you are doing one in the first place is a marvel so having to skip the odd one isn't too bad.

Whether the gamer will achieve what they set out to achieve is another matter, yet as an introduction and a fun way to get some exercise its a great way to feel better about yourself.
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