I'll stop being silly and just spill the details. EA Sports Active was co-developed by Oprah's personal trainer (not that you care), but hey, she's an authoritative bell-cow, no?
The game is specifically designed for women, says EA, and comes bundled with two leg straps to secure a Wii remote and nunchuck to your toned thighs for lower body workouts, and a "resistance band" to support upper body strength exercises. The game costs US$60. Specific exercises and Balance Board support were not announced.
"EA Sports Active costs less than a gym membership, provides a variety of exercises unlike a one dimensional in-home fitness contraption, and delivers an interactive experience that you don't get from a DVD," said former Xbox spokesman Peter Moore, now president of EA Sports. "This is a true fitness revolution and a space in which we intend to be leaders."