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Submitted by stevivor 220d ago | news

University of Western Sydney Associate Professor to develop an Australian “exergame” rating system

Stevivor.com -- "The Age today reports that an Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia is hard at work on a ratings system for “exergames” — titles like Wii Fit and Xbox Fitness.

"The ratings system would function independently from proper Australian Classification guidelines and seeks to educate parents on the various health and well-being titles currently on the market." (Culture, Wii Fit Plus, Xbox Fitness)

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