Zumba Fitness World Party

Majesco Games, Zoe Mode
Nov 5, 2013 - Xbox One, Wii U, Xbox Series X/S

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7.2 / 10
Game Revolution
3 / 5
Nintendo Life
8 / 10
We Got This Covered
4 / 5
Hardcore Gamer
4 / 5
Worth Playing
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Zumba Fitness World Party


7.2 / 10.0

Zumba Fitness: World Party isn't great at bringing in new people, but the dance workouts are fun regardless of skill.

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[I]t's probably a great buy for people already doing Zumba Workouts and other fitness programs, but not much use for anyone else.

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World Party is well worth a try for anyone looking to add a fun dose of fitness to their Wii U routine.

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Zumba Fitness World Party encompasses what a fun, high-energy dance game should be, making it a definite success.

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Zumba Fitness: World Party is the next best thing to attending an actual Zumba class. This is the most polished iteration yet, featuring well-choreographed routines, impressive looking backdrops and a great lineup of hit and world music.

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Zumba Fitness: World Party works as an exercise title and a complementary title to Just Dance 2014, the only other rhythm game on the system thus far. The routines and soundtrack are good, but the inclusion of several different styles makes this game more well-rounded than previous entries. The move to live dancers is handled very well, and the use of voice to navigate the menus is clearly the best way to go through the game. Some of the preexisting issues, like limited move previews and odd camera angles, are still present. The use of gestures to navigate menus has actually gotten worse, but if you can live with these flaws, you'll have a great time with World Party.

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