Nintendo has lifted the lid on the mysterious Ring device seen just several days ago, announcing Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch.
Ring Fit Adventure will have players exploring "an expansive world, battling enemies along the way", but rather than using Link's trusty Master Sword or Mario's jumping prowess, you'll be using real-life fitness exercises.
The Ring which we had seen previously is actually called the Ring-Con and it, along with the Leg Strap, are accessories which will come included with the game. They detect and measure the player’s real-world movements and turn them into in-game actions, like jogging in place to move your character through the world using the attached Leg Strap, or squeezing the Ring-Con and turning that strength exercise into a powerful attack.
A press release has detailed the game much better than we ever could:
Ring Fit Adventure turns a typical adventure game on its head as players squat, press and flex their way through challenges designed for a wide range of body types and levels of fitness experience. To play the game, players attach the Joy-Con controllers from their Nintendo Switch system to the included accessories – one to the Ring-Con and one to the Leg Strap. The Leg Strap is attached to the player’s upper left leg, while the Ring-Con is held in both hands. The Ring-Con is a flexible electronic device that provides resistance, and features a sensor that detects exertion and reacts to changes. Ring Fit Adventure can be tailored to the player’s level of skill, so even if players don’t have experience with fitness, they can adjust the exercise intensity to suit their ability. This will let them continue every day at an activity level that’s comfortable for them.
The Adventure mode featured in Ring Fit Adventure takes place in a colourful world where adventure meets fitness. To travel through more than 20 different worlds in the game, players jog in place to move forward, using the Ring-Con accessory to perform different in-game actions, like jumping, hovering in mid-air, or steering a raft on a river. Along the way, enemies will appear, ready for battle. Players can attack and defend using more than 40 Fit Skills, which are exercise moves divided into arms, abs, legs and yoga categories. The game provides direction to players about how to perform the exercise correctly, with proper form and posture dealing more damage to enemies. Every action that the player performs in-game will earn experience for their in-game character, with level-ups boosting stats and unlocking new Fit Skills that can be used in battle. Adventure mode is designed as a natural way to motivate players to keep playing and exercising regularly, progressing through the game world while also levelling up their real-world fitness.
Outside of the main adventure, Quick Play mode is a great way to enjoy Ring Fit Adventure in shorter bursts, allowing players to jump in and out of play. This lets everyone enjoy a quick workout in different ways, like taking turns with friends and family in mini-games to compete for high scores. Mini-games cover a wide range of activities, from breaking boxes with gusts of air triggered by the Ring-Con to shaping pottery by performing squats.
Nintendo is describing this as "a new type of adventure game", and seems to be attempting to bridge the gap between the hugely popular Wii Fit series and more traditional gaming. It launches at retail on 18th October at a suggested retail price of $79.99 (European pricing to be confirmed), with the Ring-Con and Leg Strap accessories included.
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Quite a lot to take in, huh? Share your initial thoughts with us in the comments below.
Ooh first for a change!
Anyway this looks more flexible (excuse the pun) than the balance board and will probably give more options for different exercises. Having said that I don’t think I’m in the market for more Nintendo dust collectors...
At first I thought yeah, this is not for me but I think the whole family could have way more fun with this then 1/2 Switch.
So basically it's labo without building the thing in fragile cardboard.
Well at least it's something new...
Nintendo can’t just be normal, can they? Yet I find myself intrigued...
Nintendo can do whatever after that awesome Direct. Gives us a little what we want and then do whatever Corky things they want to do. Lol.
That's... Actually kinda interesting. I wanna make a goofy remark about it but I can see this selling well enough.
I cant walk so the leg strap is useless for me.
Imagine if they'd been playing THIS at that rooftop party in the Switch reveal trailer.
Time to work those glutes
Why can't they just also annouce the price? is 1 month away I hate this annoucements
This is mad and I love it. Only Nintendo would be wacky enough to present this as an exciting new first-party release.
@Steel76 nah, me too.
Interesting feature, but the guy in the trailer is massively cringe-worthy.... that smile at the end...
Only $80 and it lets me hover in mid air? Sign me up
Bodybuilder Dragon ?!
Six Pack Shield ?!
Fitness RPG !! 😆😆😆
I can imagine a Six Pack Adventure with Turn based RPG style. 😁
I think it gonna be interesting.
@MrGawain The only thing it has in common with Labo is that it's a peripheral for the Switch. Labo is crafting-oriented and is intended for a much younger audience. This is fitness-oriented and targets an older audience.
Nice, I'm sold! Already having a lot of fun with Fitness Boxing!
I’ll probably be getting this. It honestly looks pretty fun.
@AlbertXi They said pre-orders soon so I don't think we'll have to wait very long for the price
oh god they are annoying
I just hopes this paves the way for a new Wii Sports.
This looks okay....
@Steel76 Nope, the guy is terrifying me 😅
@Alex78 Targets an older audience, and yet they spoke to us like we were children 😂
It will double as a driving wheel for MarioKart.
@MrGawain SAYS "So basically it's labo without building the thing in fragile cardboard"
Tell me the truth. When you pressed play on the video did you immediately go out to run some errands and returned home when it was finished?
@ryancraddock he looks like Macron from France btw!
Looking amazon.it to preorder it but it's nowhere to be found. I'll wait. I would like to preorder the ring only anyway, and get the game digital. I am too lazy to take out my Xenoblade 2 cartridge.
Hmmm, anyone else thinking how the 'Ring Con' can be used in the bedroom?? No... Just me then?? Ok, I'll grab my coat and leave.
This looks like fun. Definitely will check this out.
I’m super interested (I need to lose some weight and this looks like fun, haha!), but $80? I’ll wait for a sale. My backlog is huge, anyways.
I'm definitely getting this.
Ok I want this weird auto runner Wii fit Dragon Quest game more than I should
Hmm I’ll try this.
@Cosats No, you become LABO, with the joycon strapped to you.
The game actually looks well thought out and fun for the peripheral. But my goodness...who casts these two in the beginning? Cringe-worthy. Or whoever the director is needs to tone down the zoboomafoo in those two. (Even though I loved Zoboomafoo)
Well, Nintendo are the masters of game titles.
God was it hard to watch those two obnoxious people.
The game looks creative though; not for me, but I can get the appeal.
This vibrating ring thing must be inspired by some sex toys.
Day one buy for me! Gotta keep my Dad bod in shape!
While I was right that it would be a “Wii Fit” for the Switch. Guess I’ll take half credit after reading about it. Fitness inspired and created for gamers and casual alike. This idea is way cooler than Wii Fit, especially without the annoying Balance Board too.
I will buy this and play it. Wonder how many hours of adventure mode play.
Eww their enthusiasm was cringe inducing, i couldn't watch
As a person who could do with losing a few pounds, this could be for me. Then again, more plastic tat to clutter up the place.
At least they know better to have not featured it in the September direct
@nintendolie You are comparing apples to oranges.
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Oh no. We're going to WII time. Those gimmicks... we have to buy even more stuff.. we need a castle now. I hope They offer a bigger house to us with all these stuff
@premko1 Don't worry - it seems fully customisable so you should be able to do just the Ring Con exercises..
@mist it looks horrible. They'll do everything to get every penny out of any Switch/Nintendo lover
I really need to do more exercise, so I'm sold on this.
@Alucard83 Wii Fit Sold 30million+ Wii fit boards and combined 55 Million copies of Wii Fit and Wii fit Plus. - it also sold an awful lot of consoles! This is great! Exercising at home is way easier to do than going to the Gym.
@Steel76 I found the girl in particular to be incredibly creepy, to be honest 😅
And it will only cost you 1 MILLION DOLLARS!!!
Yeah this is a no thanks, I can see why this wouldn't be announced during the direct which was already kind of meh.
@Cosats I laughed way too hard at this LOL. I was thinking something similar when I read that.
It looks like a the new wiifit but with a cheaper "balance board". Will it also cost +100 or will it be the usual 60 bucks?? I would try it for 40 bucks max
But how will you play this on a Switch lite?
Those actors talking about the game are so fake sounding.
It unironically looks pretty great. Incorporating all kinds of body movements into the core gameplay effectively.
I doubt I'll play this though because I don't have anywhere good to play it, games like this need a stable open space to play in.
Does anybody find this couple too out going? Almost creepy.
But I'm sure everyone has thought of physically playing Zelda running and swinging a sword!
At least call it the Leg-Con!
But seriously when I start thinking things like this are stupid and you the gym and outdoor activities should not be replaced by this, I'm reminded that there is a worldwide obesity epidemic and anything anyone can do to get people moving is a good thing. So kudos to you Nintendo!
My Wii Fit U although gets some use still it’s gone a bit stale now and feels like a chore, this looks fun tho, would’ve been good with a weight check option
@Alucard83 last time I checked, Nintendo wasnt forcing anyone to buy this. Don't like it don't but it. It's that simple!
@sanderev The same way as on the regular Switch? You just need to buy a pair of Joy Cons and build some kind of stand for the console.
It was Cheesy and Creamy.
But, it was So yummilicious and very intriguing. 😆
These announcements are why I don't care if Nintendo goes third party. All the games I like, aces, Zelda, Mario, donkey Kong, Olympics, splatoon, I use a pro controller with. A pro controller is basically a xbox controller. Except if these games were the exact same and on Xbox I'd have prettier games, voice chat, and more third party support. The only downside would be me losing portability. I'm ok with that.
This looks actually kind of cool. I've been looking for some way to properly exercise at home and this actually looks the part.
That's actually decent imo
Looks fun. Think I'll, think about it.
I will buy it if Nintendo promises to never hire these two spokesmodels ever again. I will buy 10.
Ah ok, so this is how Wii Fit will be succeeded-- I wasn't sure if they would do another balance board or not. I find myself very interested in this and will look into buying (oh, my wallet!), but I think Wii Fit still has more thorough yoga and strength training exercises, but we'll see-- I'll await a hands-on/review to get to know more of its specific modes before I finally 100% retire my Wii U, as everything I used to do on my Wii U I can do elsewhere now.
Wow a bit expensive for a game bundle with a plastic ring and a strap.
If I didn't worry about making too much of a ruckus for my neighbors below my apartment when I jog in place or jump, I'd be 100% interested in getting this. Oh well.
I can totally see the Ring Trainer be a Wii Fit echo or similar gameplay. With the difference being the ring.
It actually looks really fun. So maybe I'll get it for Christmas or something.
Holy crap, this actually sounds very cool. Looking forward to reviews.
Sign me up. If the Adventure Mode is interesting enough, it sounds like the perfect opportunity to squeeze some extra exercises in my gamer life
I have no legs so it's a no from me
I think this looks great.
The guy was so creepy though... D:
I really like the adventure game aspect tying everything together. But $80.00 USD is a little pricey. That ring must have some tech in it.
This... kinda looks amazing. Anything that would help me to get more exercise is welcome, but if it works as dynamically as it looks, this could be a game changer. There looks to be way more depth to the activities than I’ve ever seen in an AR interactive suite aimed at fitness. I especially love that you level up and can track your stats and set goals along the way (finally a palpable feeling of game like progression in the fitness software itself). And that’s some freaking foresight to include a ‘silent’ mode of play, for those of us in apartments or late workers.
This looks really well designed. I really want to learn more.
That said the actors were a little overwhelming in the video; they need to dial it back a bit.
I'm not a fan of the whole Wii era gimmick-fad stuff, but I do have to say due to the game included bridging actual gaming and the fitness fad thing, this looks remarkably better than almost every "casual" type game they released during the Wii era, and if they'd thought of this model back then, maybe the Wii would have been more successful in creating "new gamers" as they intended rather than just becoming a disposable passing exercise fad.
So, well done on this, and it's about 13 years later than it should have been. Good on them for finally getting it right.
It looks kind of fun. Doesn't work for my room setup but it looks fun. The kind of on the nose fitness theme works against it "ab deflect" or whatever it's called etc....I think it would have done better not trying to make it tell you it's a fitness program in-game. Still, I do think they're hoping to rekindle the Wii era fitness fad enthusiasm and I hate to tell them but that era came and went, the fad burned out, and that market is into dog-related fitness now. All things a cyclical so in 20 years maybe it will work again for a new generation of geriatrics. Though we'll be port begging for remasters of DQ1-DQ3 so we may not be into Wii Fit 3.0 by then.
The pair in the video are horrifying. Wii Fit Trainer was cool in a dystopian horror sort of way. I definitely don't want these two for Smash, that's for sure.
The whole time I'm pretty sue he's staring into the camera, then at her, then back at the camera thinking of absolutely nothing except "My pecs are amazing....I know....."
Jesus, Nintendo so white. Need a bit more variety with those actors, Nintendo! (more than the one-second showing of 'other' people).
@Steel76 I think the camera man is a member too. Those violent pans and zooms were crazy fast
Excellent! Finally a good replacement for Wii Fit U. I'll be getting this on day 1! I kind of wish we could use a mii, though.
Honestly, as silly as these things look, they do work to get people who normally don't move around into physical training.
Case in point: Dance Dance Revolution was what got me out of being sedentary and it taught me how to enjoy exercise. Thanks to that positive exposure to exercise, all these years later I have a career centered around teaching martial arts and personal training at a gym. (hence the Mr. Muscle name lol)
So, while it may look silly to some, for others this could be what they need to get off the couch and start leading a more healthy and fit life. It's not for me, as at this stage in my life I prefer more traditional exercise, but I hope it helps people in a similar way!
This looks cool! I work at home, so I don’t move too much. I need to do some kind of exercise, this is perfect. And that girl on the video, sold it totally for me hehehe
More landfill tripe.
Normaly not a big fan of gimics but this omg!!
I had a strong negative reaction to those two.
Game itself is interesting enough, for a fitness game
This looks great.
But what's up with those creepy presenters? Who are they?
The bit of me that is ashamed of sitting at a desk all day might buy this, even in the knowledge I'll use it twice at most...
@thesilverbrick : Complacency is death.
Honestly the concept sounds great to me. It'd be nice to see other games support these peripherals in the future since I don't replay stuff once I'm done with story mode and there's only so much you can get out of one game. But musings aside, this has my attention.
... Though I do have to join the "Who directed this and cast these two?" choir...
I actually think this looks really cool. But man, I hate that dude.
This was not what I was expecting... looks way better imo.
With a better advertisement team this could probably do much better than Wii fit did.
This looks....great. I'm in. But what's the deal with those "hyoo-mahns" talking in the video? They're nearly life like!
I'm pleasantly surprised, I think it looks great and it looks like it will be a lot of fun! Lol the actors in the video are making it seem like it's a kids TV show
I loved Wii Fit, Wii Sports and Nintendo Land. This sounds like another wacky, only on Nintendo, kind of experience. As much as I love Nintendo's recent focus on more "hardcore" experiences, I've missed games like this.
I love how weird Nintendo is. I may possibly get this. A little exercise would do me some good and this looks weird but kind of fun at the same time.
This really caught my interest. Probably will give this a try. Looks like fun.
Whoa...that guy He's really unsettling.
I feel like I just watched some weird cultist video.
You obviously love those 'Nintendo Dust Collectors' as much as my wife does! But I love them!!!!
I strongly, strongly encourage everyone to watch all Ring Fit videos Nintendo releases without audio. With audio it's a slick presentation of a fitness device.
Without audio, so far, every one of these videos becomes substantially more suggestive....
Rather just ride my home bike watching 1 Anime episode and play a AAA game after.
Get more out or both activities for my time 🙄
This actually looks better than I thought it would. I bet my kids would love this, especially the ones who don't normally like video games.
"Dance Dance Revolution was what got me out of being sedentary and it taught me how to enjoy exercise."
Have you played DDR A20 Arcade ?
I have been playing DDR since 16 years ago and still active playing DDR arcade.
I can pass some level 18 songs with a little bit lucky and enough stamina.
I can get AAA easily for lower level songs.
Would need to see a review from fitness professionals who could say how beneficial as opposed to doing any other workout
This is super dorky and ridiculous. And I'll be buying it anyway. I'd still like a proper "Switch Fit". I still think the Wii Balance Board was slick and the perfect device for that kind of experience (and snowboarding with it was perfect and so much fun). Make it work with the Switch... I still have mine.
At first I wasn't interested because of the running portion, because I don't really want to be thumping about in my room, but then they showed silent mode and I'm sold! I'm currently using Fitness Boxing as my daily exercise and loving it, but this might be a great alternative, especially since it targets a lot of different muscle groups.
The Ring-Con !!!
Sounds like Nintendo has entered the adult entertainment industry!
I wonder how long the campaign's gonna be, though, and if there's like NewGame+ or plans for addons/sequels. I don't want to burn through the campaign and be left with playing mini games only after that.
Can't say that it's a "day one purchase" for me but I am interested.
This is probably the first "blue ocean" Nintendo game that is actually a game and not a mini-game collection.
I'll try this for sure, but not at $80.
Ring-Con sounds like another word for pyramid scheme. Anyway, as worthless as this kind of thing is, the adventure game elements are actually interesting to me.
I can't wait for Mario Party X Ring-Con Adventures!
I've been wanting to play this kind of game forever. Running a Nintendo focused gameplay/walkthrough channel, I'm going to get ripped, lol.
@NinChocolate Chances are, it isn't. But it could at least be a fun light accessory workout and if you literally don't move or aren't very active on non-workout days (which I'm sometimes guilty of) I can see it being a sort of fun guided light work out. I don't expect anything on the thing that'll even work up a sweat tbh
I actually wanted a wii fit for the switch since launch. Its probably going to be a passive aggressive Christmas gift that I also use.
@swissman its only a brain tumor
@TenguKing lets wait 3 months - same as Labo.
@premko1 I was watching this this morning and wondering about options for people without lower body mobility myself. I’d like more information about this particular aspect of it all. I have days where I can’t walk, and have limited mobility, and have been looking for ways to exercise regularly that help distract from the pain of doing so. Something like this seems perfect, but only if there’s are options for people who can’t walk, run, or stand.
This is a pretty neat concept. I can certainly see some room for growth with this idea in later games, if this new IP gets that far.
Now I want her in smash
@Pixel-Florist Hope there is (option). Try WiiFit Resort - the kayaking game is superfun !!!
@AlbertXi the Australian price was revealed on the au version of the trailer. It’s $130 AUD.
I’m definitely interested by the way.
My God, that video was gooey...
I think the dude needs to become a meme. ‘Ring Fit Guy’
That looks like a lot of fun. If it gets people moving then it can only be a good thing. Once again they’ve brought out a new way to play. I look forward to seeing how many times the G word gets dropped throughout this comment section. 😀
$80 is far too much in my opinion. As I was watching the video I thought I would bite for $40, but I can have better other experiences most likely for $80. Plus I can get a year gym membership at Planet Fitness for $99 and meet people (and ironically get free pizza once a week). Or better yet get a state park pass for $60 to go hiking, or just use the free local exercise trail to be outside and meet people along the way too. But as I can't imagine though this game is going to down to $40 anytime soon (even on Black Friday sales) I hope many of you have fun with it.
And I was really hoping for some fun archery sim from the earlier video. I like archery in general but I really shouldn't do it in my house
I want this! But the price point seems too high. At 50 bucks, this would be an instant buy, but 80??? Seems a lot for what it is. The balance board was at least a hefty piece of tech.
@AlbertXi it'll be 79.99 USD. If your in Europe it'll be around 73 euro.
@sketchturner the accessories have sensors in them making them more expensive than they look.
Neither of those two BLINK even once, sooo creepy! They might be androids.
I wonder if this is where the Nintendo QOL team decided to go with that project? This is just a little too close to Wii Fit for me. probably gonna pass until it's about $30... which should be about 4 months after it releases.
@CaptnDave considering you would have to put in the gas and extra time to get to any of these places I would say this would be much cheaper and it would last more than a year which alone would make it more of a value. Also as for the people thing if you don't have friends then I don't see you going to the park or gym to meet people anyways. You used that as just a excuse which is pretty irrelevant because if that was the case you would already have been doing it.
@Emperor-Palpsy that's how they got the Wii fit girl. She was a spokesperson at one point and they just made her without actually features and colored her.
@premko1 Wii fit sport switch edition coming soon.
Ehhhh I wish it was so. One can hope can't they.
That looks awesome. Go Nintendo creativity!
i think they should port Wii Fit and Wii Sports Club over to the Nintendo switch. (with some updates) for example, playing those two games with joy-cons instead of those wi--remotes would be nice. being able to use the Wii balance board with the switch may be nice, but who knows they might release an updated version for the Nintendo switch.
at least for now we have switch boxing, which was one of the activities in wii sports. now Nintendo needs to bring over the others.
@premko1 @Scottwood101 There may be a mode that doesn't rely on the leg strap or some clever ways to fool it. At the very least, there are some modes that let you select the types of activities separately from the overall adventure. I'd express your interest to Nintendo directly. There is so much more awareness of accessibility in companies than there used to be.
I was wondering what Nintendo would do with the avatar with the new fitness games that go along with the ring when I saw the previous teaser. Imagined the Miis would probably be gone for good. I never imagined it would go into an entirely different kind of game.
It's not that unnatural a progression from some of the direction they were going in with mini games. Progression in some Wii Sports Resorts games got pretty interesting, as did the approach in Nintendo Land. Making a whole adventure out of it makes sense to attract the more dedicated gamers. A tough balance to keep the wider audience interested as well.
I need the exercise and this and Oculus Quest are going to make my exercise a lot more like gaming than it has ever been before.
The director of that video pushed those two way too far. I can just hear the director from behind the camera, "yeah, but with more emotion", "Okay, we need to amp this up more, though", "pretend you are on amphetamines, being electrocuted, but also that you are a 5-year-old and seeing your birthday cake while people are singing to you... Good! Like that!"
Either that, or actual electrocution was involved.
I feel bad for the performers because they are about to become meme-celebs.
The fact that the game is like an RPG is tempting me lmao.
That and my job kinda slows down during the winter months so this would be perfect to keep me in peak shape for the busy spring/summer months of my work.
While I would get some enjoyment out of it, I think it's too 'novelty' and suspect at $80 it may bomb a little bit.
@Anti-Matter I stopped playing a few years ago, but I played for about 14-15 years since the year 2000. Competed for a while too!
well, this is why the Wii was so successful, so why not?
@Dirty0814 Lets hope
Love how Trolls come out of the wood works. But guess what why are you doing something better??? It like couch quarterback but have no excuses for themselves. Put this way Nintendo is Innovators but the rest is detractors and whinners. No other company is willing to go on a limb to do what Nintendo does. And that puts Nintendo above and ahead of the pack. Why else are they doing better then the others. Now that Nintendo is selling better then PS they Trolls come out.
I'm in, love motion games was even in a hurry to get my switch before arms came out! made my own power glove too.
This actually looks amazing. I like to exercise but have a hard time making sure I work out regularly. It's hard to fit in the time sometimes. And I like adventure games. Even mindless ones like this looks are good fun - I played all the way through the quest game on 3DS three times. It was just fun to check in, kill a monster or two and get the points and the hats before moving on to a "real" game.
This combines both, is good for you, and might be the first Switch game my wife wants to play.
I love that it's not just a game, but has actual workouts built into it via Quick Play. I can see myself using that a lot more than the quest. Depending how much you can tailor the workouts. I need a lot of glutes and abs, not so much the arms since my arms get a workout at work.
Unironically, Day One purchase as long as I have the money.
@KayFiOS The video shows a “silent mode” you can switch on for exactly that situation. It looks like instead of jogging on the spot you just bob up and down at the knees, with no need to take your feet off the ground.
@MrGawain has labo's "fragility" ever been an issue actually? never heard reports about it so its starting to seem like a fear thats not a huge problem problem for most people
I mean, it's something new, but damn that price. I'll wait for a sale.
Is plastic stronger than cardboard?
Could you pull cardboard like they pull the plastic ring in the video?
All I'm saying is they made labo attachment for the joycon that you couldn't make in cardboard.
@datamonkey Yah, at that price...also, Nintendo isn't really a great accessory maker...I mean shouldn't this be cardboard? "snicker". OK all sarcasm aside. I guess it's a cute little exercise supplementation devise and really that's all. How many games will follow that make good use of the Ring? If they want to make a killer add on to the Switch, make it play 3ds games.
@TheAwesomeBowser Don't worry, in a year it will be $29.99. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to see them sell a million of them...but yah....
@SwitchForce I will give you that. Nintendo will put out anything if they themselves like it. They'll take the risk. I mean LABO is cardboard!
@Joe-b Yeah I can totally see that coming.
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@Joe-b yeah I’d argue the cost of joy cons don’t justify their use in games. All this tech inside and they are mostly used as basic controllers. This device won’t be supported enough either.
I can agree with you there
I really like the look of Ring Fit. It's something new and fresh. The adventure mode gives exercising a sense of purpose, you feel like you're achieving something. Let's hope it turns out good.
Cringe Fit Adventure
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