Nintendo Points To Fitness Game, Real Fitness Correlation

Nintendo's Wii owes at least some of the credit for its big marketshare to the promise of fitness and physical activity through motion controls. Now, a new survey finds that health games can help lead players to do more real-world exercise, too.

The American Heart Association says that 58 percent of people who play "active-play" video games have started a new activity, like jogging or a sport, in the real world since they picked up the game. According to a survey conducted by the Association, 68 percent of fitness gamers say they're more physically active since getting the games.

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