It appears the Xbox 360 is getting closer to having the same large volume of shovelware that the Wii has.
You think virtual rafting wasn’t enough, now you get to try obstacle courses like seen in summer camp, make your Xbox Live avatar dance, splash paint onto a canvas, and play little party games.
Currently I think that unless these are really beefed up and have much more fantastic and exotic locales then what you have when doing the real thing then these will just seem to be tech demos that you get bored of quickly and realize you just spent money on it.
Hopefully there will be better, funner, longer, and more interesting games that will come out for this in the near future, otherwise it will just be an expensive piece of hardware without a game library that will keep you entertained for months. Why would I want to try an obstacle course in a locale modeled to look like a summer camp instead of one that looks like a futuristic industrial park or exotic planet?