So your kid wants a new video game. You’re a busy parent working long hours and you don’t spend any time playing games yourself, but you want to make sure the game you buy your child is appropriate. Thankfully, there’s a way to get a reasonable grasp on a games appropriateness without having to spend hours researching the specific game’s content, story, warnings, etc. The ESRB is here to help!
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This quick guide is designed for the busy parent with a gaming child/grandchild that they want to be able to understand. We understand that your time is precious, so this guide will stick to the basics of PlayStation: What are the consoles, what games are ONLY on PlayStation, and what is this subscription service that they tell me I need?
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We’ve learned a couple of really cool Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp tips recently and tested them out. It seemed incredibly important that we share them with you.
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Virtual reality for the Everyman
With every new generation of gaming comes a few new gadgets and fads. With the seventh generation we saw the move to motion controls. Sony released the Sixaxis controller and later the PlayStation Move, Microsoft went the way of the Kinect camera system, and Nintendo led the charge with the Wiimote and Wii motion plus.
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By: M. Spider
Dark Souls 3 like both games before it can be a brutal mistress if not given the respect she deserves. This game has no trouble tearing even series veterans apart. So I’m here to give you the reader some tips and tricks on how to survive the treacherous journey you have embarked upon. (These tips work just as well for Dark Souls 1 and 2 as well)
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So, you’ve decided you want to start your own video game based YouTube channel, excellent! With the right equipment, a positive attitude, and a little bit of reading, anyone can start sharing their gameplay on YouTube. Before we jump in, there are a few things you will need to do.
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