Nintendo's 'Ring Fit Adventure' hides grown-up workouts in a kids' game

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Nintendoís Ring Fit Adventure, the spiritual successor to the Wii Fit that launches today for the Switch, is a genuinely fun way to work up a sweat. After playing it regularly for two weeks, my colleague Andrew Webster noted in his review that Ring Fit Adventure is an easy way to fit physical activity into your life. But itís got another perk, one that Nintendo developers probably didnít intend for (and donít condone): the mini-games are perfect party games, best played when everyoneís a little tipsy. In my experience, it might even be more fun to play with a crowd than Super Mario Party. The issue with Super Mario Party is that itís not really made for spontaneous play ó if you want to play with more than two people, you have to plan... Continue reading…

Nintendo's 'Ring Fit Adventure' hides grown-up workouts in a kids' game

I'm standing in the middle of my living room. Something resembling a garter belt is wrapped snugly around my left thigh. I'm squatting, fast. I may as well be twerking. ...

Fri 18 Oct 19 from Engadget

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I sweated, I squeezed my ring, and I survived.

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Ring Fit Adventure review: two weeks with Nintendoís charming exercise RPG

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Nintendo's Ring Fit Adventure is the perfect game for those who hate the gym

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