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It's hard to fully analyze a fitness product without spending a large amount of time with it. By the very nature of fitness and exercise, it takes time to see results. Even if you're already a health addict, you'll need some time to appreciate the nuances of a new routine, but after spending about a week with Wii Fit U, I can vouch for the vigorous nature of many of ...

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Wii Fit U review: Some assembly required

It's hard to fully analyze a fitness product without spending a large amount of time with it. By the very nature of fitness and exercise, it takes time to see results. Even if you're already a health addict, you'll need some time to appreciate the nuances of a new routine, but after spending about ...

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Nintendo confirms Wii Fit U retail release next week

The Wii Fit U retail version will be available in stores beginning January 10, Nintendo announced this morning, just in time for folks to consider an alternative to that brand new gym membership they're statistically unlikely to use. "Wii Fit U is a great option for busy moms and families who ...

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Europeans to stay unfit for another week after Wii Fit U retail delay

Wii Fit U will jog into Europe a week later than planned, now launching on December 13 alongside the North American version. Like most Europeans, I'll be taking advantage of the extra week off by indulging in all that is ludicrously unhealthy - so, pretty much a normal week for me. Alternatively...

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New Nintendo eShop releases: LEGO Marvel, Super Castlevania 4, Wii Fit U Trial Version, Milon's Secret Castle

This week on the Nintendo eShop, it's all about slaying vampires or getting fit. That is to say we've got the Virtual Console release of Super Castlevania 4 and the Wii Fit U Trial Version (available tomorrow with a special discount). Now, if you can manage to slay a few vampires in real life, we...

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Wii U ups its value with two family-themed bundles in Japan

Nintendo is targeting families with two value-driven Wii U bundles in Japan, as it looks to give the console a welcome boost alongside its winter software line-up. The pair, launching on October 31, both include the 32GB Wii U (black or white), New Super Mario Bros. U, and Wii Party U. The pricier ...

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Wii Fit U available November 1 as download, December 13 as package

Nintendo announced today that Wii Fit U will be available as a free download through the Wii U console beginning November 1. Consumers have one month to demo the full product, which utilizes the Wii Balance Board, and, if they decide they like it, they can keep it with the purchase of a Fit Meter. ...

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Nintendo outs release dates for Super Mario 3D World, DK Tropical Freeze

Nintendo has detailed its fourth-quarter software lineup for the Wii U, revealing that multiple high-profile games are slated to launch in the months leading up to the holiday season. The Wii Remote Plus-bundled minigame compilation Wii Party U will launch on October 25, while Nintendo's multipl...

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Wii Fit U delayed to December

Wii Fit U, the latest entry in Nintendo's fitness series, has stumbled on the old jogging trail. Originally slated for the first half of 2013, the game will now be released in December. The news comes courtesy of Nintendo president Satoru Iwata in the company's E3 Nintendo Direct presentation. A...

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Wii Fit U out in the first half of 2013

Wii Fit U will launch in the first half of 2013, complete with that electronic pedometer announced at E3, the Fit Meter. Take a gander at the cool green tones of the Fit Meter above and try to remember it's not a Tamagotchi. Or, if it is, you're the creature that you have to keep healthy and happy....

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