Your Shape is the manifestation of everything people wanted from fitness in the late 1990s. Eerie CG trainers appear in endless, shifting deserts of white hexagons, healthy recipes appear at the flick of touchscreen and you can do yoga while a woman croons things like "stay in contact with your breath" and "dynamic!" Perhaps that's what the genre needed.
Ditching the dodgy motion camera from its last effort, Ubisoft has continued with a conventional approach to slimming down the endomorphic children it helped create. Aside from regular workouts, there is a small selection of pop tracks for you to embarrass yourself to, plus yoga routines and daily personal programs.
It's a rounded package, with online sharing, a well-stocked recipe section and some gamey elements in the form of collectible medals. Some might be annoyed by the wonky motion tracking, or by having to unlock the harder workouts but, let's face it, these are the people who probably already go the gym.
It might not be any fun, but for those looking to get fit in close proximity to their kitchens this is a better tool than anything Nintendo's mustered so far. Plus, you can legitimately say "gnarly" while playing.