Knockout Home Fitness Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
Kick punch it’s all in the mind! No, it’s not Parappa the rapper, It’s Knockout Home Fitness Review, So kick your workout up a notch! Grab a Joy-Con in each hand and get ready to achieve great results with martial arts workouts developed specifically for the Nintendo Switch. Exercises designed by experts for maximum efficiency, based on strikes not just from boxing, but also Muay Thai, karate, and kung-fu, all to keep you fighting fit!
Knockout Home Fitness Review Pros:
- Nice graphics.
- 1GB Download size.
- Initial tutorial area.
- Fitness gameplay.
- Three stances – orthodox, southpaw, and squat.
- Player details – height and weight.
- Calculates burned calories and your BMI.
- Password protect accounts.
- End of lesson score breakdown showing max combo and timings.
- Timing hits create an excellent, great, good, or miss notification.
- Always start off with stretches but this is optional.
- Pre-made workout lists or creates your own.
- Simple controls, just hold the Joycon.
- Units – CM/KG and ft/lbs.
- Include stretches in Workouts – on/off.
- Calendar stamps every day you work out.
- Two modes – personal training and 3-minute Workouts.
- Three studios – KHF, Black and white.
- Four trainers – Satsuki, Takumi, Christie, and Matilda.
- Each lesson will show what it is, lesson time, and calories burnt.
- You unlock new lessons, trainers, studios, and music by playing.
- You get rest breaks and notifications to drink water and rest.
- The game plays out like a Rythm action game where you match the icon and are in one of three stances.
- Lessons vary from Muay Thai to boxing to fighting and challenges.
- Easy to learn.
- The game picks up your movements well even the kicks.
- Can unlock a five-minute workout variation.
- Generates graphs of your progress.
- Does a good workout session.
- Bite-sized lessons mean you can jump in and out as needed.
- Doesn’t need a lot of space, just enough to kick forward.
Knockout Home Fitness Review Cons:
- You have to unlock the trainers, studios.
- No online interactions at all.
- Basic modes.
- Gets better after going through the many basic lessons.
- Generic kinda uninspiring music.
- You have to use both Joycon to navigate menus.
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Knockout Home Fitness:
Developer: 株式会社ポケット (pckt.co.jp)
Publisher: Marvelous USA Games
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 9/109/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Kick punch it’s all in the mind! No, it’s not Parappa the rapper, It’s Knockout Home Fitness on the Nintendo Switch. Ever fancied punching and kicking the air in your front room sweating profusely? Good because this is the game for you! It has that knack of looking basic and kinda lightweight but is actually well thought out and planned that your muscles may not ache instantly but come the next morning any basic movement will feel like a Herculean effort. The whole game plays out like a physical rhythm action game. You get told which action and which side to do then it’s a case of timing the action with the icon on the screen. Home Fitness does do a good solid workout as you unlock a new action often but it doesn’t have as much variety as other games in the genre. Home Fitness focuses more on Maui Thai and boxing rather than your traditional actions and for that, it does offer something different. I wish it had a bit more variety but what it does is perfectly fine. It’s time to dust off the sweatbands, rip out the lycra and lace up your Hi – Tecs for there is exercise afoot! This is the workout game for those who only have a limited of time in a day for exercise.