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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 October 2019
To preface this I am fairly fit: I've got a decent diet, I cycle, run and walk every weekday and rest at weekends. According to my Apple Watch I do between 90 and 150 exercise minutes daily, burning between 800 and 1200 calories. I also love RPGs and bright colourful graphics in my games. So when I say that Ring Fit Adventure is both a really fun game and a decent workout, hopefully you can trust that I mean it.
In my first session with Ring Fit I calibrated the Ring Con to my strength and fitness level, as well as setting the intensity of workout I wanted (I went with Intense and I think ended up with 24/30 on difficulty). I then logged a 30 minute workout, built up a decent sweat, could feel it in the muscle groups I worked and in (according to my Apple Watch) burned 199 calories. But the best thing was I didn't really even notice I was doing it. Jogging through the first couple of stages felt really immersive with movement feeling very fluid and responsive. The "battles" in which you do damage to cute cartoony enemies by doing exercises repeatedly (at first you have squats, over head press, knee-to-chest and maybe a couple of others to choose from) are really enjoyable and push you to hit the rep count with satisfying feedback on screen.

Is this game going to make you an Adonis? Probably not. Is it a replacement for intense gym workouts? Again, probably not. Is it a really fun way to burn a few calories, get a decent workout and tone up, all while enjoying a colourful, bright and at times very entertaining game? 100% absolutely!
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