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EA Sports Active 2.0
Game Description: The new EA Sports Active 2.0 fitness program will deliver true fitness results by featuring an innovative wireless control system, powered by new leg and arm straps with motion sensors, a heart rate monitor to capture intensity, and a new online hub to track and share workout data. EA Sports Active 2.0 will make working out simple, effective and will go with you wherever you are.
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