NY Times: P.E. Classes Turn to Video Game That Works Legs

More schools are recognizing the potential exergaming benefits of playing Konami's popular rhythm game Dance Dance Revolution, as a new report suggests that more than 1,500 schools are expected to include the game in their exercise curriculum by the end of the decade.

A new report from the New York Times has claimed the figure, and further notes that West Virginia alone plans to introduce 765 DDR games in its public schools by next year. The game is currently used in a majority of the state's middle schools.

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