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Losing Weight with Your Wii

If you are like many people, you probably get bored walking on a treadmill at a gym. Nintendo, the game manufacturer who created an empire based on kooky plumbing brothers named Mario and Luigi, understand your need to be entertained while you work out and they are doing something about it.  
 
On May 19th, Nintendo will release Wii Fit,  a game for their Wii platform that gets you up and exercising while you play around. It follows in the footsteps of other physical video games like Dance Dance Revolution that have helped kids and adults lose weight.
 
ABC News got its hands on an early version and tested it out. The verdict? It’s pretty cool, but it's unclear if Americans will take to it the way the Japanese have. Now, all you have to do is find a Nintendo Wii…

Posted: 3/18/08