Nintendo's Wii Fit Pumps Up 'Active Gaming' Trend Nintendo's hotly anticipated Wii Fit goes on sale Monday. Other companies are already trying to jump on the "active gaming" bandwagon by coming out with devices of their own that plug into the Wii.
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Nintendo's Wii Fit Pumps Up 'Active Gaming' Trend

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Nintendo's Wii Fit Pumps Up 'Active Gaming' Trend

Nintendo's Wii Fit Pumps Up 'Active Gaming' Trend

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Nintendo's hotly anticipated Wii Fit goes on sale Monday. Other companies are already trying to jump on the "active gaming" bandwagon by coming out with devices of their own that plug into the Wii.

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Gaming Your Way to Fitness

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