Fun, Exciting Family Time Moves Indoors (318)
(NewsUSA) - Gone are the days when poor weather outside meant sitting inside with nothing to do but watch television and play board games. The video game revolution known as "motion gaming" is proving to be a great way to boost indoor activity levels while spending time with the whole family -- making quality family time an attainable goal in 2011.
Motion gaming allows children to dance or swing their arms in order to win the games. The newest example of the genre is SingStar Dance, which adds dancing to the traditional vocal gameplay, so gamers can sing along to the hottest new hits and learn how to shake and groove alongside favorite pop stars.
The introduction of motion gaming consoles has brought more active video games into families' living rooms. Dancing, Disc Golf, Gladiator Duel, Beach Volleyball, Archery, Table Tennis and Bocce games all provide exercise as well as fun.
But video game manufacturers have upped the ante with the latest era of motion gaming: the new Playstation Move Motion Controller for PS3 features more accurate motion control than previous controllers, allowing kids to shoot arrows or aim tennis balls with greater precision. The control system is easy to learn, too; new players can simply pick up a controller and play, although technical skills necessary to beat some of the games' challenges may take extra time to develop.
One game, Sports Champions for the PlayStation Move, takes full advantage of the controller's capabilities. Players can compete against each other in six sporting events: archery, bocce, table tennis, gladiator games, beach volleyball and disc golf. The game is fun for all ages and skill levels -- it's even fun to watch.
These motion gaming sports are providing a whole new
way for families to spend quality time together while also enticing interest with more active entertainment than your typical video game. For more information, visit us.playstation.com/ps3/playstation-move/.
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