"Dance Dance Revolution" launches classroom edition

04/20/2012 | GamesIndustry.biz (U.K.)

The developer of the video game "Dance Dance Revolution" has entered into a new partnership to give schools greater access to "Dance Dance Revolution Classroom Edition," designed for use in physical-education courses. The intention of the game, officials say, is to promote fitness, prevent diabetes and help curb childhood obesity. The initiative is supported by the American Diabetes Association, The National Foundation on Fitness, Sports, and Let's Move in Schools.

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