And he has a tragic backstory!
Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm and Exercise continues to be a surprising way to meet new hunky men, because the latest trainer to be added to the game (just in time for the post-Christmas guilt regime) is Guy, a floppy-haired boyband lookalike who's been through tough times. Guy isn't just a handsome face who will make you...
It's got a storyline and everything
Imagineer's Fitness Boxing series is getting its own anime, it has been revealed. The short-form series will air on Tokyo MX in October, and will focus on what the game's cast of fitness instructors get up to once they're done encouraging flabby gamers to exercise. The original Fitness Boxing arrived on Switch...
Work ya body
Imagineer's workout game Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise received a new update earlier this week. This latest version bumps the game up to version 1.0.4 and is quite possibly the biggest one yet. It adds some additional settings for stage animations, makes some changes to the display during exercise, and has improved the...
"Makes me wonder why I put thousands of hours into writing freely available software"
Last year, Imagineer published Medarot Classics Plus on the Nintendo Switch in Japan, a selection of titles from the Medabots series, some of which were originally released on the Game Boy Advance. As you might expect, Imagineer has used emulation to bring these...
If you want to get your year off to a healthy start, perhaps Fitness Boxing 2 might be worth taking a look at. It's already sold 500,000 units over the Christmas period and there was even some free DLC to celebrate this milestone. If that's not already enough, the game's now been updated to version 1.0.3. While there's no new content as...
Free DLC update has launched to celebrate the occasion
Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise has been a quiet hit on Switch. Released last month, it offers a cheaper alternative to Ring Fit Adventure and though it didn't expand upon the original game as much as we hoped – we gave it 6 stars out of 10
Will the sequel hook you?
The first Fitness Boxing launched two years ago, when Nintendo and developer Imagineer presumably decided it was their duty to eradicate obesity around the world. Last time we checked, though, a load of us are still packing plenty in the podge department, so now the pair are back with a sequel to make sure they get the...
A new contender
As part of the Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase September 2020, it's has been announced that Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise is coming to Switch on 4th December — to help keep you trim over the holidays, no doubt. A sequel to the boxercise rhythm game Fitness Boxing, this new game will add a host of new modes...
Medarot Classics Plus contains eight titles
In the wake of Pokémon's astonishing success in Japan in 1996, many other developers attempted to ape the formula with their own RPG-style adventures. One of the more memorable was Imagineer's Medabot (or "Medarot" as it's known in Japan) series, which spawned a manga and anime and was focused on the...
Recommends downloading from the eShop for an immediate workout
Remember the time when Square Enix had to apologise to fans who missed out on a physical copy of Octopath Traveler? Well, Imagineer has now had to issue a similar apology via Twitter, after stores around Japan ran out of copies of
"One of the things I really wanted was a Japanese toilet"
When the Super Famicom hit Japanese store shelves at the end of 1990, it was accompanied by a host of particularly strong titles that did a superb job of communicating the power and versatility of Nintendo's new platform: Super Mario World, F-Zero, Pilotwings, Final Fight; these were arguably...