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|01-07-2013 11:41 PM|
|JPR||Fitness Evolved 2012 is still $20+tax at Amazon but you have to make sure you choose Amazon as the seller. Just thought I'd share that on xbox.com if you choose the buy with Microsoft points option it is 2400 points. If you buy the points at CrazyGameTime.net which is cited in another thread you can buy the points for $25.99 tax free. The points code price was lower with coupon before 12/31, but still cheaper than paying $29.99 + tax directly with a credit card on Xbox.com. I just bought it, so to me <$6 to not have to swap discs and have instant access to Fitness Evolved 2012 is worth it.|
|01-06-2013 01:56 PM|
|rmc702||purchased the nike fitness game through amazon on dec 30, and it has yet to ship. I wonder whats going on? I see its no long available through amazon but third party sellers?|
|01-05-2013 07:15 AM|
|quaff||I suggest trying the demo of YSFE before buying - I found it to be too boring to keep me interested, versus like the dance games - I guess I just prefer more gamey type exercise environments.|
|01-05-2013 06:50 AM|
There is a seller listing this for cheaper - $6.99 + 4.95 shipping, so $11.94 total.
If you click on the sellers selling this, under 'New' there is a seller called Hour Discounts.
They must have multiples, because I just bought it and it is still listed as an option.
|01-04-2013 01:34 PM|
|SebastienB||Just Dance 4 was giving me a good workout so I can only imagine what this will do. I just ordered one. Arrives Tuesday 8th!|
|12-31-2012 07:32 PM|
|ishyjo||can't resist, in for 1, hopefully wifey will apprv|
|12-31-2012 04:38 PM|
Happy New Year everyone!
|12-31-2012 05:15 AM|
If you are interested in trying the Nike + Kinect Training for free.
There is a demo version available at:
It will required 1.55 GB of space on your Xbox hard drive.
|12-31-2012 05:03 AM|
|colosports||Got one. Click on "More Buying Choices" You will find the $19.99 price sold from Amazon. Usually ships within 1 - 3 weeks.|
|12-31-2012 12:08 AM|
|elangomatt||This is still available at this price from Amazon in the "more buying choices" section but shipping is supposed to take 1 to 3 weeks now.|
|12-30-2012 10:30 PM|
|JPR||If you buy the disc you can install it, but the Xbox always needs the disc to verify you own it each time you want to use it. If you buy it on xbox.com you can just choose the downloaded software and leave any other disc in you happen to have. So say you're playing Black Ops II, and then you want to do some exercise. Normally you have to take out Black Ops II, then put it in Fitness Evolved. When you're done you have to swap them again. While if you bought the Fitness download you can just choose Fitness Evolved on the game menu, and go back to Black Ops II later without touching a disc. Fitness programs are in a special category of where it is likely that you alternate use alongside games during a year or until you find a better workout program, and one the wife is likely to use as well, so double the use. While a game is something you are more likely to stop using after a while, so the benefit of having the download version isn't so important. Another concern I have is that I had a game I put temporarily on the tv stand and it picked up some kind of dust that scratched a ring around it after putting the disc in, perhaps a metal shard. Now it's unreadable. Each time you swap the discs you risk it getting scratched. The main problem here is that the download version costs more than the disc, and is non-transferable. So, it's only worth it if you don't plan to sell it.|
|12-30-2012 10:12 PM|
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|12-30-2012 08:13 PM|
|12-30-2012 07:36 PM|
I think for $10 more the downloadable xbox.com version is worth it instead of swapping discs out. Especially if you and other people will be using it every day.
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