The fun workout for people who hate to work out!
Supernatural (or SN for short) has elements of a rhythm game but is clearly devoted to fitness. The basic idea is that you strike targets coming at you with bats while squatting and lunging to fit through triangles interspersed with the targets, resulting in a great full-body workout.
While this may sound like other rhythm and fitness games out there, SN is different in several key ways:
Can you tell how much we love SN? We are not affiliated with SN, just fanatics whose lives were changed by this program. And we are not alone – we hear over and over from members of the SN community, including those well into their 70s, how it has turned them from someone who hates working out to athletes who can’t wait to get their SN on every day. That’s why you’ll find a special section on our site devoted to tips related to SN.
Unlike the other games we list here, SN is currently available only in North America, works only when you have an internet connection, and has a gym-like subscription-based model of $19/month or $179/year thereafter. You can have 4 profiles on one headset with that subscription. The vast majority of the negative reviews we hear about the program are about this subscription cost, with people divided on whether it’s worth the cost or not. You be the judge with their free 30-day full-capability trial!
SN also does not currently have a native multiplayer mode that lets you work out with friends, but we know of many players who join up in the Oculus party mode then go into SN to work out together. The SN user community is one of the most positive, uplifting, supportive group of people we’ve ever seen in the digital world, and you’ll be welcomed with open arms no matter how fit or experienced you are.
Get Supernatural from the Oculus Store
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