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How many copies will EA Sports Active sell in the US in May?
(05/3/09 - 05/30/09)

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346K
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Total Volume 760,259

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Publisher Electronic Arts Studio Electronic Arts Genre Sports
Release Dates 05/19/09 07/16/09 05/22/09 TBA

This game won't require the Wii Balance board at all, but will instead rely on a neoprene peripheral that will strap the Wii Remote or Nunchuk to a player's leg. The game will also come with a rubber resistance band for strength training when it launches next spring for $59.99.

EA Sports Active will feature more than 20 sports as well as a range of fitness tools, including a calorie counter, virtual personal trainer, 30-day weight-loss program, and customizable workouts.

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EA Claims 600K+ Sold

EA Presser - June 1, 2009


Submitted by PhilHarrision (147) at 3:23PM PST on June 1, 2009


Based on the Kotaku live blog of EA's conference: They've sold over 600K units so far. The most successful EA Wii launch ever. This Holiday they are bringing out an EA Sports Active expansion, with 30 new exercise set in a tropical island theme.
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EA Sports Active Sells Oodles, Getting Expansion Pack

kotaku.com - June 1, 2009


Submitted by KoalaKenny (197) at 9:00PM PST on June 1, 2009


Peter Moore, President, EA SPORTS. "This is, by far, the most successful launch of any Wii title in EA history, and even more encouraging is that our second week sales worldwide were as strong as our first week.."
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Game details

Gamespot - November 12, 2008


Submitted by apujanata (3) at 6:28AM PST on November 14, 2008


EA today announced EA Sports Active. The game won't require the Wii Balance board at all, but will instead rely on a neoprene peripheral that will strap the Wii Remote or Nunchuk to a player's leg. The game will also come with a rubber resistance band for strength training when it launches next spring for $59.99. It will feature more than 20 sports as well as a range of fitness tools, including a calorie counter, virtual personal trainer, 30-day weight-loss program, and customizable workouts.
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