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Nintendo of Australia Confirm Wii Fit U Demo for ANZ Region

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Following other divisions of the company, Nintendo of Australia have today confirmed that they will be offering Wii U owners the opportunity to download a 31-day trial of Wii Fit U for free. Starting on the 2nd November 2013, gamers will be able to download a complete trial version of the game and get a head start on their New Year’s fitness goals by trying out all the activities found in the game for 31 days – at no cost. All you need is a Wii Balance Board and a Wii U system with connectivity to the internet. Fitness fans can unlock the time restriction of Wii Fit U by simply synching a Fit Meter, available at retail separately, to the game.

The 31-days trial version of Wii Fit U will be available to download free of charge from Nintendo eShop between 2nd November 2013 and 31st January 2014 and will work for 31 days from the day it is first played. Using the software, users can stay active with 77 different activities, including 19 new training activities, many of which take advantage of the Wii U GamePad controller. Users who want to continue using Wii Fit U beyond the 31-days trial period can unlock the time restriction by synching a Fit Meter accessory (available at retail) with their trial version of the Wii Fit U software. This will allow them to continue playing Wii Fit U for an unlimited time. The Fit Meter will be released on 2nd November in black and at a suggested retail price of AU $29.95/NZ $39.95.

May your Mii stare at you from wherever you are
May your Mii stare at you from wherever you are

The Fit Meter accessory is much more than a pedometer – it’s an activity meter that tracks a wide range of everyday activity. It records not only the number of steps a user has taken, but it also takes into account the intensity of those steps – was the user running or walking? The Fit Meter also measures altitude, so wearers get credit for climbing stairs or walking uphill. All of these data points combined provide users with an accurate overview of their day’s activity, including a detailed calculation of the number of calories they burned. This data can then be transferred wirelessly to Wii Fit U via the Wii U GamePad with just a touch of a button. The Fit Meter transforms users’ everyday lives into workouts, encouraging them to get active and stay active.

Wii Fit U features many of the strength training, yoga and fun fitness games that have made the Wii Fit series so popular. Plus, there are new games that combine the Wii Balance Board and Wii U GamePad, including new dance routines such as hip-hop, locking and salsa that work out various parts of the body through simple dance moves. The game also gives players more ways to create their own custom workout routines. Users can also create or join a Miiverse Gym Community to share tips and support with other Wii Fit U users who have similar goals. Or people can create closed communities made up exclusively of their friends.

For those who choose not to download the 31-days trial version, on 7th December Wii Fit U launches as a packaged game in two sets. One set includes the game disc and a green Fit Meter, while the other set includes the game disc, a green Fit Meter and a white Wii Balance Board.  The paid download version of the game will also be available on Nintendo eShop from 1st February 2014.

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