Nintendo News | DS Teaches You To Walk!

By Adam Riley 30.03.2007 10

Quick News - A new game is coming to the DS in Japan on 17th May, 2007 in the form of 'Duke Saraie No Kenko Walking Navi', a programme that teaches walking exercises based on the teachings of the 54-year-old 'walking doctor', Duke Saraie.

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This sounds like trash, unfortunately Smilie

Walking... exercises? Smilie

I guess it's really aimed at older adults nearly the 50's.

this sounds like a shit game

Now walking towards a store near you
(obviously a 0 sales games:lolSmilie

( Edited on 30.03.2007 12:00 by Napster )


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Napster said:
this sounds like a shit gameNow walking towards a store near you(obviously a 0 sales games:lolSmilie( Edited on 30.03.2007 12:00 by Napster )

We said that about brain training...

beamrider2600 said:
Napster said:this sounds like a shit gameNow walking towards a store near you(obviously a 0 sales games:lolSmilie( Edited on 30.03.2007 12:00 by Napster )
We said that about brain training...

Did we?

dojo said:
beamrider2600 said:
Napster said:this sounds like a shit gameNow walking towards a store near you(obviously a 0 sales games:lolSmilie( Edited on 30.03.2007 12:00 by Napster )
We said that about brain training...
Did we?

I dont thinks so
Brain training was for the brain so someone would have said:
Comming to a nerd near you(if he has a DS)

So this is different ed?


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dojo said:
beamrider2600 said:
Napster said:this sounds like a shit gameNow walking towards a store near you(obviously a 0 sales games:lolSmilie( Edited on 30.03.2007 12:00 by Napster )
We said that about brain training...
Did we?

yeah we did... well not most of us... bot some of us!!

anyway sounds good for 50 year olds!!! Smilie

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mOojc said:
Walking... exercises? SmilieI guess its really aimed at older adults nearly the 50s.

DUDE - what is this? A dagger to my heart!

At the ripe old age of 47, only 3 years short of that, I still skateboard, in-line blade and ride a mountain bike. Do not stereotype us.

Young people today, no respect.


........hey what's that, young kids on my lawn ........hitches pants to armpits and shuffles outside ...........

Temporarily banned until further notice.

Since this is the newest story I'll write it here. Why do you never write down your sources? Is it so that other sites have to link to you if there's an interesting story on here that you got from somewhere else?

oldschool said:
mOojc said:Walking... exercises? SmilieI guess its really aimed at older adults nearly the 50s.
DUDE - what is this? A dagger to my heart!At the ripe old age of 47, only 3 years short of that, I still skateboard, in-line blade and ride a mountain bike. Do not stereotype us.Young people today, no respect. ........hey whats that, young kids on my lawn ........hitches pants to armpits and shuffles outside ...........

Young'uns have no concept of what old is Smilie

I'm 40, and I practice Aikido for 2.5-3 hours, twice a week (hoping to get back to 3 days a week soon). My Sensei is in his early 50's, and he trains at least 4 times a week, sometimes 5. [If you don't know what Aikido is, here's my dojo's web site: http://www.austinaikido.com. Check out the Media page for some cool videos Smilie ]

My dad is 63, and still plays basketball at the YMCA with the high school and college kids, 3 times a week, 2+ hours per session (he had to drop down from 5 days a week last year because his knees were bothering him). As a former college and Semi-Pro player, he's actually better than most of the people he plays with, by a long ways (and his resting heart rate is in the 40's, way better than mine at 60).

My wife's Grandfather is about to turn 90, and he still jogs for exercise (I'm not sure how many miles he's doing these days, but 10 years ago he was doing 10 miles a day, 6 days a week).


But, anyways, I still have no idea why anyone would need a DS game to teach them how to walk Smilie

( Edited on 30.03.2007 20:48 by Mongo )

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