I love this game! A little violence in boxing but nothing exceptional. The consumerism is pretty major. The stadiums are plastered with ads for Rare, MSoft Game Studios, Samsung, and T-Mobile, and, If I'm not mistaken, one of the songs said $hut up, and another song(not the part they play) says shut up too.
This is like the best kind of video game there is, because it makes you get up and get active by playing sports with your body instead of using a controller. And since you don't use a controller, the controls are very simple. Just move the cursor by stretching out your hand and moving it. There is a bit of advertisement in the game. For example: One of the bowling balls has the T-Mobile logo. There are a few other ads. The rest are the Xbox 360 and Kinect logos. The game is not very violent. But there is boxing, which can trigger bad messages to small kids, and they might start punching everybody. This is also very addicting! If you are looking for a good family video game, then this is your ticket.
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