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All Articles: Shape Up
Ubisoft have decided to take the Rocksmith approach to fitness with Shape Up. In Rocksmith, players engage in silly minigames to learn how to play the guitar. In the newly announced Shape Up, players engage in silly minigames – using Kinect – in order to work out.
In one shown minigame, “Piano Step,” players play the piano with their feet in time with the music. Like Guitar Hero for your feet. Even cooler than that, the Kinect sensor can record a replay of your game session so players can play against past versions of themselves and then send those ghosts to their friends.
Shape Up is coming this year to Xbox One.