Top selling games on Nintendo computers are titles that Nintendo produces directly. Not only is it very popular, Switch has also inspired third-party developers and publishers, thanks to its concept and its features. And some of them are very successful in terms of sales.
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To believe an article published on a Japanese site Gamer, Most Effective Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Fitness has surpassed the 800,000 copies milestone distributed worldwide. This figure takes into account both the distributed physics copies and the dematerialized versions sold at Ishap.
The fitness sport via shadow boxing continues at its spearhead and the benefits available from the environment that support its good sales. Considering the speed with which things are going, it would not be surprising if Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Fitness surpassed the one million copies sold by the end of this year.
But where does it stop?
In general, it seems that the fitness boxing series is now one of the major switch licenses. In fact, the million copies distributed in the first episode have already passed, and while the series is set to follow almost the same length of time, the series will soon cross the two million copies milestone worldwide.
In order to grab the attention of Fitness Boxing 2 users, Imagineer has released several packages of additional free content (including the most strenuous fitness packages). To make the most of this celebrity, Japanese studio recently released the Music Journey DLC pack. The latter, selling for 99 4.99, adds ten musical instruments (specifically composed for the game) in which to play games.
Call to wake up, Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm and Exercise Large part of the game system from the first episode. However, it does add options to make the experience more complete. Get our test of the game This address. For those who want to try it out before buying it, a demo of the game is now available at Switch Eashop.
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