How Video Games Helped Harry Potter

By Pete Haas 2009-01-29 14:33:53 discussion comments
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Video games might turn you into a hooker-beating, alien sideboob-loving psycho but they've got some positive effects, too. Just ask Daniel Radcliffe, the star of the Harry Potter films.

In an interview with the Daily Beast, Radcliffe said that he suffers from dysplaxia, a disorder affecting physical coordination. "I have a very mild form of it. I've gotten it mostly under control now. I played a lot of video games as a kid which really helped it."

Seeing as Radcliffe uses his new-found coordination to horseback ride in the nude, this revelation probably won't appease the cultural puritans who object to violence and sex in video games. Meh, we tried.
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