- Platform: Nintendo DS
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Walk With Me! continues Nintendo's tradition of offering products aimed at enhancing and improving fitness and lifestyle as well as being accessible to all the family. Walk With Me! does this with an added competitive twist. At its core Walk With Me! tracks your daily routine with the Activity Meter. Once you have been for a walk/run you wirelessly beam the data from the Activity Meter to your DS/DSi and Walk With Me! converts it into numbers of 'steps.' The software tracks exactly when you went for a walk that day and offers you tips and advice.
You are represented in Walk With Me! by your Mii character, which can be wirelessly downloaded from your Wii. This is the first time you have been able to use your Mii character in a DS game. If you do not have a Mii character then you can create one within the software.
Once you have downloaded your activity for the day you can set yourself targets according the amount of activity that you do. You can also give yourself as stamp at the end of day depicting whether you are happy or not with the amount of activity you have done for that day.
The major defining feature of Walk With Me! is that you can track up to four peoples activity on one cartridge. This enables you to compare your activity with family members, friends or even work colleagues to see who is fittest and who is the laziest.
Walk With Me! is also Wi-Fi compatible allowing you to upload your data to the global rankings to see how you fair on a world stage. There are also a variety of minigames available which use the data in fun and exciting ways.
Set a target number of steps and see if you can reach it each day
|The pedometer will even measure the rhythm and style of your walking|
|See how much exercise you get compared to friends and family|
|Design your own Mii or import your existing one from the Wii|
Just pop one of the pedometers into your pocket or handbag and the device will collect and store the information ready for it to be uploaded to your DS. From here you can set goals for the amount of exercise you get and compare your activity to family members, friends or even your pets.
You can also post your data online and see how much exercise you're getting compared to other people from around the world. With plenty of hints and tips on whether you're getting enough or the right kind of exercise, this is the perfect way to play video games and still avoid becoming a coach potato!Key Features