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Nintendo unveils ‘Ring Fit Adventure’ which combines fitness culture with adventure gaming

Recently during Nintendo Direct, an online presentation or live shows produced by Nintendothe company released a video showcasing a new motion control device which seemed to be a fitness device, for Switch. However, not much was  revealed about what the device actually does as Nintendo said it would provide more information on September 12th. And now, Nintendo has finally taken the wraps off of its mysterious Ring Fit Adventure.

Last week Nintendo flaunted its new motion control fitness device for Switch via a video. Ring Fit Adventure is set to be launched in October for the Switch. It comprises of three main parts. First is the game itself which comes along with two accessories: a leg strap and a flexible ring that Nintendo calls as the Ring-Con. The ring-con is basically a high-tech resistance band. So as to utilize both, you have to space a Joy-Con controller within each, and afterward, you control the game essentially through your movements.

and the most astonishing thing was the manner by which sweeping and firm the experience felt. Truly, it’s debilitating and will make you sweat, but at the same time, it’s a huge, fleshed-out experience simultaneously. What’s more interesting, those two apparently different components never feel inconsistent with one another during my time with the game.

Ring Fit Adventure is the first fitness-focused game, wherein you start the game as a hero dressed like a gym guy. Furthermore, you accomplice up with a sentient ring named Ring to ward off an unfathomably swole purple mythical dragon-like beasts in a leotard, who is tainting the fantasy world with darkness. Nintendo says that the dragon has been included so as to speak to the negative parts of gym culture, as ultra aggressiveness. The experience is quite similar to the Super Mario game, advancing through levels, finally fighting off the bass at the end of each level.

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