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Do you have enough room to play Wii Fit?

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When I look at the Wii Fit

When I look at the Wii Fit trailers, it seems like those "gamers" live in the most cavernous studios. I like having a coffee table in front of my couch. I can't even imagine having the space to do push ups while facing the TV. I just bought a big house and I'm still think there won't be enough room in the living room. Is it just me or do most people live in massive living rooms and no coffee table in front of the couch?

More or Less

Though I technically would have to push aside the couch or coffee table, I answered yes because moving the couch takes about 5 seconds and no real effort (I do it for DDR as well).

I'm not sure you need a room anywhere near as spacious as the ones in the trailer - the only activity shown that takes up much space beyond the balance board is the push-ups. Not sure about other activities are in the game, though - I haven't kept up with info that much.

I live in San Francsico and

I live in San Francsico and room does not come easy living here,Im still trying to figer out how im going to play,im going to have to move my whole bed becouse it sits directly in front of the tv. :(

I live in a small appart,

I live in a small appart, but I don´t care, because I am going to play as well, no matter how many effort I have to do moving furniture.

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