Namco Bandai has announced that ExerBeat will be released for Wii on May 17, 2011.
ExerBeat promises an interactive fitness experience where the whole family can work out to the beat by utilising the Wii Remote to perform more than 150 simple and challenging exercises.
Something for everyone - Friends and family members can find something they like with 155 exercises covering 8 categories of popular exercise routines including: Hip Hop, Latin Dance, Aerobics, Karate, Karate Forms, Yoga/Pilates and Stretching. There are even Party Fitness exercises for the kids.
Easy and accessible workouts - Players can enjoy each exercise by following easy-to-understand instructions as they move their body and Wii Remote to the rhythm. The number of calories burned as well as METs (intensity of the workout) are displayed for each exercise. Players can even create a personal workout program instantly by specifying "problem areas" to work on, and setting the length of their workouts and workout goals.
Dedicated instructors - The instructors give helpful insight and exercise tips, designed to make you feel like you're working out with a real live trainer.
Fun for the whole family - Friends and family members can compete for the highest score per exercise, whether by simultaneously playing side-by-side, or comparing results on ranking boards. For long-term competitive play, there's the race to complete Around the World mode (where your Mii travels around the globe based on your workout progress) as well as comprehensive graphs and calendars to keep track of the entire family's progress.