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Trish Stratus on board for Stratusphere Yoga

Frima Studio signs WWE talent

Canadian developer Frima Studio has signed WWE wrestling champion and fitness model Trish Stratus to star in new Wii exercise package Stratusphere Yoga. The game will join the crowded health and well-being market, currently dominated by Wii Fit and EA Sports Active.

Stratusphere Yoga will utilise the Wii Balance Board, and ‘other new and innovative Wii peripheral devices’, according to a statement from Frima. It is not clear whether this means the Wii Vitality Sensor will be supported, or that a third party device is underway.

“We wanted to present yoga as a real workout and not only as a method of relaxing," said Frima’s CEO, Steve Couture. "Combining Trish Stratus as a personal coach, coupled with her yoga experience, players will have to work through challenging routines to get results. Isn’t that what working out is all about?”

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