Paul thinks that video games that require us to be more active might help us actually become more active. People exercise more when they can do something fun for exercise, he writes. Paul suggests that if we rated video games for how active they made us, that the game companies would have a motivation to make their games meet higher standards.
Video games really do capture our attention. But can they really provide effective exercise? Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) did… maybe a starship that you control with the DDR pad could be another fun game… if it isn’t already out there.
The Wii, and now Sony and Microsoft have motion sensing controllers that are making exercise games more popular and potentially more powerful than ever before.
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