It really does make your work up a sweat: Our verdict on Nintendo Switch Game Ring Fit Adventure (and it’s now back in stock on Amazon)
If you’ve been waiting patiently to get your hands on Nintendo Switch’s Ring Fit Adventure, you’re in luck as it is now back in stock on Amazon.
This highly immersive fitness role-playing game has been selling out worldwide since families have been spending more time at home, as it is perfect for improving your fitness levels.
Combining real-world exercises with an RPG battle system, Ring Fit Adventure makes challenging workouts fun and enjoyable.
Nintendo Switch’s Ring Fit Adventure is now back in stock on Amazon for £69.99
The £69.99 Nintendo Switch game uses its unique Ring-Con and Leg Strap accessories to detect and measure your real-world movements and turns them into in-game actions.
Ring Fit Adventure’s Adventure mode sees you travel to an exciting new world to take on Dragaux, an evil body-building dragon. Along the way, you must attack enemies using over 60 real-world exercises. There are more than 100 levels and over 20 worlds to explore.
Custom and Quick Play modes let you focus on a range of exercise moves. From squats and bow pulls to overhead lunge twists and thigh presses, there is a huge selection of exercises to work out and tone your body. You’ll even find yoga poses to master and test your flexibility.
You can also adjust the overall intensity of your workout to match your current fitness level or enjoy a more traditional workout with Sets mode, which lets you perform individual exercises similar to a session at the gym.
Combining real-world exercises with an action role-playing game system, Ring Fit Adventure makes challenging workouts fun and enjoyable
Ring Fit Adventure uses its unique Ring-Con and Leg Strap accessories to detect and measure your real-world movements and turn them into in-game actions
Fancy going for a jog? Custom and Quick Play modes let you run through a variety of lush landscapes. And if you don’t want to play the video game, you can work out using only the Ring-Con without the need for a screen in Multi-task Mode. This is ideal if you want to do some shoulder presses whilst watching a movie.
Another favourite feature is the music mode, which lets you work out to 17 songs from the likes of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, and more Nintendo favourites. Exercise in time to the beat to build up a combo and try to beat your high score.
Overall, Ring Fit Adventure really does improve your fitness and makes you work up a sweat. The Ring-Con is incredibly precise and reactive, plus the fantasy game world helps to encourage physical activity without even knowing it. This is a fun game both for fitness fanatics and those who don’t normally like to work out.
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