Target has EA Active 2 for PS3 on sale for $20 this week. Normally $40. Also, if you're lucky, they might still have the Target Exclusive version in stock... that version comes with three resistance bands in different colors. The normal box only comes with one, but the stores will stack them all together and there is not much to tell the editions apart (look for the ONLY AT TARGET sticker).
Babysitting Mama for Wii is also on sale for $20 this week. ASIDE.
Anyway, I picked up EA Active 2. I marginally enjoyed the first EA Active on Wii, and this is a shot at the same sort of thing but with Trophy support.
One of the components in the box is a little USB fob that lets the PS3 see all the crazy wireless bodybands that come with the game (two armbands and one for the thigh). And inside of 24 hours, I lost it.
You guys know how careful I am with my gear. So the complete disappearance of a white, stick-of-gum-sized USB device was driving me nuts last night. I remember laying out all the Active components on the couch, installing the batteries ...and Clark asking me what the fob was.
Did Clark grab the USB fob? It's certainly not a fun and interesting piece of technology, but it would not be unheard of for Clark to invent some entertaining use for it. This morning, I asked him about it. He blamed one of the cats for taking off with the fob. But when we went downstairs to look, he said "You look that way, and I'll look this way," and then showed up with the fob two seconds later.
So I think Clark may be learning how to play the game of life.