The prolonged blame associating computer games to obesity is now challenged. Contrary views have emerged after a two year study at the University of Auckland by Dr. Ralph Maddison and his team, that kids involved in active video gaming (games responding to players' body movements) showed positive improvements in BMI. The study was extended to two years with 323 obese children aged between 10 to 14, under the auspices of Sony Corporation, Europe. The result infers to substitute sedentary video games which are traditional with more active games. It can become alternative to outdoors during winter and inconvenient environments quitting worries over obesity.