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Interest Level?

Getting at launch! 9 24.32%
 
Might pick it up eventually 11 29.73%
 
Leaning towards no 3 8.11%
 
Not a chance! 13 35.14%
 
Other 1 2.70%
 
Total:37

I upped the level of intensity after completing the story. I was repeatedly considering to do it during the main story, but everytime the game threw sections at me where I had to do things like 50 squats in a row or holding a taxing position for more than 30 seconds. That made me refrain from turning the intensity up because I didn't want to die (slight exaggeration, but you know what I mean).

Now that I am playing the earlier stages of the game again, I can safely play at higher intensity. I have to do 1-4 additional repeats per exercise, depending on the exercise. That's not much, but it adds up over the course of a session. My heart rate (measured after each stage) is about back in the area where I want it to be, so I'll do another week at this level and see how things develop. I just wish I could enter a number for the intensity level manually instead of having to rely on the questions that I get asked which then determine the level.



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zorg1000 said:
Bofferbrauer2 said:

So instead of ink, they shoot plumbing rubbers on Raving Rabbits? And while the inklings hide in their paint, the rabbits simply burrow down and dig Bugs bunny style? Would be a nice mashup imo.

Also would be a nice development gag, as originally the devs of Splatoon thought about using rabbits, with their ears giving away their positions...

I was thinking Inklings vs Octolings. I just meant with similar gameplay, not necessarily another Rabbids crossover.

Ah okay, sorry I misunderstood what you meant



RolStoppable said:
I upped the level of intensity after completing the story. I was repeatedly considering to do it during the main story, but everytime the game threw sections at me where I had to do things like 50 squats in a row or holding a taxing position for more than 30 seconds. That made me refrain from turning the intensity up because I didn't want to die (slight exaggeration, but you know what I mean).

Now that I am playing the earlier stages of the game again, I can safely play at higher intensity. I have to do 1-4 additional repeats per exercise, depending on the exercise. That's not much, but it adds up over the course of a session. My heart rate (measured after each stage) is about back in the area where I want it to be, so I'll do another week at this level and see how things develop. I just wish I could enter a number for the intensity level manually instead of having to rely on the questions that I get asked which then determine the level.

If you go to settings with the < button while in adventure mode or custom mode, you can scroll down to difficulty settings and manually adjust the difficulty there. :)



Soren0079 said:

If you go to settings with the < button while in adventure mode or custom mode, you can scroll down to difficulty settings and manually adjust the difficulty there. :)

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. After today's session I think that I'll have to stay at the current level for at least two weeks. How tough a session is also depends on what the story throws at you and today I've gone through the chapter that closes out with five boss fight stages in a row.

But otherwise, increasing the intensity by three levels seems reasonable enough.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

A Biased Review Reloaded / Open Your Eyes / Switch Gamers Club

RolStoppable said:
Soren0079 said:

If you go to settings with the < button while in adventure mode or custom mode, you can scroll down to difficulty settings and manually adjust the difficulty there. :)

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. After today's session I think that I'll have to stay at the current level for at least two weeks. How tough a session is also depends on what the story throws at you and today I've gone through the chapter that closes out with five boss fight stages in a row.

But otherwise, increasing the intensity by three levels seems reasonable enough.

Goodluck and enjoy! :)



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curl-6 said:

For all those asking if you can actually get fit with this, apparently it worked for this guy

https://gonintendo.com/stories/352213-ring-fit-adventure-player-showcases-his-body-s-transformation-aft







Are we sure he didn't use some other device instead?

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