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Jonas Brothers Mad About Halo, Have Their Own Xbox Live Accounts

September 16, 2008 (4:58 am) GMT
Their actor friend David Henrie tells People that their favorite game is Halo and he thinks it is good for the brothers to help them interacting with the outside world.

Rarely having time to play around in between their hectic schedule, find online gaming as fun and they reportedly are mad about Halo. Actor has revealed to People at Nintendo's 20th anniversary celebration in New York on Saturday, September 13 that they even have their own Xbox Live accounts.

"They have different gamer tags," Henrie said, adding "people have no idea it's them." Revealing more about the threesome's favorite game, he told People "Halo's fun. It's a good game."

Befriending the singing sensations, Henrie openly admitted to have been thinking that video games are good for , , and for the games can help them interacting with the outside world taking into account that their celebrity status has made it difficult for them "to interact socially."

"They've got a bodyguard with them 24/7," Henrie reasoning. "You just go to someone's house, and you just hang out at their house. You actually get to be with them."

Kevin, Joe and Nick, in the meantime, are having a very full plate on their agenda. They were seen on Sunday, September 14 making an appearance at the Gibson Amphitheater at Universal Studios for a charity concert event. They greeted their many fans there and even signed autographs.

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