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Letting a video game be your life coach

As seen on IGN, there's a new game coming out for the Nintendo DS called My Life Coach.
With the Brain Age series of self-improvement games doing so well (even in a non-gaming audience), Ubisoft decided to take it to the next level.

From IGN:
"[My Life coach is] a game that tracks your wellbeing as you progress through monitoring exercises and mini-games to help keep you sharp. The title is designed, first and foremost, as a companion program to help you stay in shape, eat right, sleep well, and have a better overall life experience.

The game takes you through a preliminary tracking mode, where you answer truthfully about eating habits, how much exercise you get, when, where, and what you eat, as well as how many hours of sleep you get and exactly when you actually get those hours.

From there the game begins to set goals for you, and you can except these real world wellness challenges by reading through them and simply signing your name on the touch screen."
[via jake]

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