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Kinect your Family with Active Gaming this March Break‏

As video games become more active and social, parents are becoming increasingly engaged. According to a recent survey by Harris Decima, 64% of parents are more likely to embrace or allow video games because they are more active now, while 35% believe it’s a great way to spend time with family and friends. The survey also revealed that 79% of parents strongly believe they should make an effort to be physically active with their kids at least once a week. With March break approaching, parents will be looking for new and exciting ways to keep their family entertained and active.

With motion gaming on the rise, consoles have moved from the basement to the living room and families are now playing together while staying fit at the same time

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