Quest version of VR fitness training game, early released on PC VR and build around movements of your body and hands under influence of different music and environments during training sessions between 10-30 minutes time interval

Strong sides:

  • Nice graphics, clear mechanics and overall feeling
  • Good workouts for hands, legs and body movements
  • Wide range of environments
  • Move support and leaderboards

Weak sides:

  • Personally I didn't liked the soundtrack
  • Feedback feeling is missing, objects interaction is a bit clumsy
  • Lack of ability to turn off 360º mode

Summary and conclusion:

It's something in the middle between fitness game and music rhythm game with huge amount of movements. If you don't care about monotonous gameplay and you don't get bored by replaying the same for a while, this would be fine for you. But if your motivation isn't enough there might be better candidate for your fitness game

Rating: 4 from 5 - recommended, but...
with some limitations

Game is available on:

PC VR (STEAM)Meta Quest
Tested on:
Meta Quest 2

Review by: Pheonics

Official game trailer and our gameplay footage

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