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Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo Switch)
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- With the Ring-Con in hand and Leg-Strap equipped, it’s time to set out on a fitness-filled quest that gives you a full-body workout! Use real-life exercises to explore a fantasy adventure world. Defeat a bodybuilding dragon and his minions in this fitness video game for Nintendo Switch! Jog in place to traverse grass-swept plains or choose from a selection of exercises to attack enemies in this workout that keeps you coming back for more.
- Two new accessories, Ring-Con and Leg-Strap, precisely measure your real-world actions and turn them into in-game movements. With short mini-games and customisable full-body workout routines, Ring Fit Adventure is a great escape to play from the comfort and privacy of your own home for all players of all fitness levels.
- In Adventure mode, defeat enemies with attacks based on over 60 real-world exercises as you traverse more than 100 levels in over 20 worlds. As you work through each level (and work up a sweat too), you’ll earn experience points and collect ingredients to craft health-restoring smoothies.
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required.
- Rated : Ages 7 and Over
- Language : Spanish, German, French, English, Italian
- Product Dimensions : 34 x 33.1 x 6.5 cm; 740 Grams
- Release date : 18 Oct. 2019
- ASIN : B07XTVTRLZ
- Item model number : 10001992
- Country of origin : China
- Best Sellers Rank: 140 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Cartridge (Game); Leg strap; Ringcon
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An adventure that keeps you moving!
With the Ring-Con in hand and Leg-Strap equipped, it's time to set out on a fitness-filled quest! Explore a fantasy adventure world to defeat a bodybuilding dragon and his minions using real-life exercises in Ring Fit Adventure, a fitness video game for Nintendo Switch! Jog on the spot to traverse grass-swept plains, do overhead shoulder presses to attack enemies, and strike some yoga poses to refill your health meter.
Level-up your character and yourself!
In Adventure mode, defeat enemies with attacks based on over 60 real-world exercises as you traverse more than 100 levels in over 20 worlds. As you work through each level (and possibly work up a sweat), you’ll earn experience points and collect ingredients to craft health-restoring smoothies.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 October 2019
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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!
As a fitness game, it's great, it gives you a good and varied work out and it works you into each work routine and provides good fitness and health advice along the way. You also have the option to practice certain workouts and also a variety of mini games to beat your own (or a friend's) top score. The way the Adventure part of the game is designed works well to keep you in a good work out with the feeling of achieving goals each time you make it to the end of a level.
As an interactive game, it works nicely because the controls are very responsive and of course you run to move, which means if you're not lifting those legs, neither is your character. It works as a nice warm up before you getting in monster battles. Monster battles are more designed to a mix of muscle and yoga-based workouts whilst the bits in between help with your cardio.
The difficulty level can be adjusted to your fitness level. Meaning if you're unfit as me (and I am very unfit), you will be eased in, still break a sweat but not feel like you're about to keel over. Though I cannot comment fairly on the hardest difficulties for anybody who is fit. There is also a nice touch, there's a silent mode that adjusts your workout so that you don't disturb anybody who might be in the room below you. It also has an alarm to remind you of your workout schedule even if your Switch is turned off. You can even do workouts with the Ring Fit with your Switch in standby mode so you can still record what you do if you so decided so you aren't confined to just the game. They've definitely put an awful lot of thought into it.
As an RPG and it is an RPG and I'm an RPG gamer so I'm gonna weigh in on that. It's "okay". The Adventure feels very much gauged to young kids, yet at the same time I don't think they're the target audience, but I suppose at least it's accessible to people of all ages. The character called "Ring" is very annoying and I'd probably have hated him as a kid too, but I can appreciate the workout based puns at least, as somebody who lives on bad puns. Drageux looks like he's on steriods and the story is very cheesy and very basic. It's not going to win any prizes for story or characterisation.
However, in terms of mechanics, you've got a fair number of the basics you might expect from an RPG, you've got a battle system, you've got items you can use, you've got a shop where you can buy and sell stuff, you've got gear, you've got levelling and stats, you can customise your skill loadout and you have crafting. Your skill loadout choice is meaningful, because there is a rudimentary elemental weakness system in the battle system (based on colours) and different skills offer different potencies and scope in attack.
I think the RPG element to it I think demonstrate the kind of depth a game using this control system could have. To that effect I hope the RingFit is not a one-game type deal. I'd be interested in future games that take it the next step further, mask the "fit" aspect more to have a more detailed in depth RPG element to it as the foundations are there. Then it'd feel less like you're playing a fitness game, but a game with plot and elements to drive you to move on. I feel like if we were to see something take that direction, it may trick more gamers into exercise. I think something like Final Fantasy Mobius could be adapted to this control system because it has a linear progression between fights like Ring Fit Adventure has, it has turn-based battles that work on interactive input (in Mobius's case it's the touch screen, but that could be adapted). At least this is the kind of potential I see for the controllers.
I go to the gym and run and i can assure you, i was thoroughly impressed at the workout this release gave me. Will definitely be using it everyday, even if it's only 5-10 mins at a time.
Tip: start with mini games to get familiar with the game first, otherwise the extensive tutorials may delay the fun for the family.
I work out with a maxi climber and kettlebells so i’m fairly fit and wanted this because it looked great fun and would get me moving on my non-exercise days and help me burn a few extra calories...Turns out I was half right, it is great fun but on my first outing i burnt 168 calories, according to my Fitbit, which was a lot more than i was expecting! I’ve only done the set up and the first stage and i did set it to a fairly challenging level so this may not be true for everyone. The ring is a lot harder to press than I expected and I really felt like i’d done a workout when i’d finished, which is a good thing. As with all exercise aids, you get out of it what you put in, and make no mistake, this is first and foremost about exercise but it makes ab crunches so much more fun when you’re beating up a dragon in a leotard at the same time...Here’s hoping Nintendo are already working on a sequel!
Warning:Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision