Last night I blew the dust of the kinect... and got in to some Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012 Achievements
Been sitting around forever... and dreading the look of the 200,000 Calories burned and another monotonous grind it never got a chance.... Until last night, desperate for a dose of Kinect, I decided to work off that tiramisu from the night before (even though the calories didn't count, since I didn't see the food... real dieting rules)
I was actually pleasantly surprised how good this installment of Your Shape is! there are plenty of mini games and most of which are pretty awesome and the leaderboard tracking is so much WIN! the gratification of topping my friends list on my first attempt of some of the mini games was worth the price of admission.
I know if I show my dad this game I might have to buy another copy so I'm going to try and finish it this week.... and perma-loan it to him.
The sound of 13 achievements popping one after the other for 120 points having imported my save from the previous installment Your Shape: Fitness Evolved Achievements
was enough motivation to shake out any doubt I was in for a fun night, I managed to get about 3 hrs of actual game play before I settled in for some battleship on the phone hiding behind my curtain/fan rig
The game had a whopping 5mb title update and I guess that gave the kinect a bit of a stabilization reading the player making the calories a little harder to burn using trickery... I will be clearing my cache after I play out the rest of the other achievements and setting up the curtain to give me the points offline while I play on another xbox or phone games.
(edit: this game has some seriously stupid DLC..... four packs for a whopping total of 1440msp... and the gamerscore... 50gs... not each... TOTAL! there are two 320msp dlcs for 10gs each and two 400msp packs for 15 gamerscore... oh and the best part.... both of the 400msp packs are play three times a week for four weeks
Staying trim over winter is never easy for me I love to comfort eat when it gets cold... but finding good snacks is key... I've been keeping lots of almonds and pistachios to nibble, my Dad bought some yogurt for the office fridge and for some reason he switched up the brand but I dig it!
Even if it is marketed towards men.... It assures dudes who are scared to be metrosexual that eating yogurt doesn't revoke your man card as long as its quote : "made for men by men" to me that's a little gay... (you know when a guy overstates the obvious making one second guess the statement... ) but I'm here to judge who's fudge they want to pack.
and has man-code rules on the side... it was funny and I enjoy clever packaging .... in all seriousness I loved this yogurt was it was packed full of real fruits and nuts... and no we're not talking about marketing to men anymore... it had chopped walnuts and pine nuts, sunflower seeds and added a hearty texture which was really yummy and unexpected.