EA has put out a video showing off its own exercise game carrying the branding EA Sports Active, though that may not be the actual title.
Clearly hoping to cash in as an alternative to Wii Fit, it will retail for around half the price at $60. The exercises involve strapping the Wiimote or Nunchuk to your leg, two of these special straps will be packed in. There's also a "resistance band" which is used in some activities.
You're given an on-screen personal trainer to guide you through your program (and perhaps yell generic slogans at you). A variety of settings are available, but the game recommends at least 20 minutes of usage per day.
Exclusive to the Nintendo Wii, you can expect to see this on shelves in March.
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