In earlier years, there was just the Atari with the Pac-Man or Space Invaders. So, parents didn’t have any hard time choosing a video game system for their young kids. Nowadays is a very different story, though. With the rapid advancement of technology and the proliferation of games with mature content, parents not only have to worry about choosing from a wide range of video game systems but they also have to worry about the kinds of games supported by these systems which their children can safely play.
The majority of U.S. households currently have at least one video game system. It is a must-have modern day form of entertainment.
There is basically a system designed for every child’s needs, ranging from preschool to young adult. But, with the game world constantly changing and always upgrading their system you can never really have the latest and greatest.
How can parents choose the most kid-friendly game system and games, the one that their young ones will enjoy and the one’s which they won’t regret spending money on? This book will be the parents’ help in:
• Choosing a system for your preschool child
• Learning the ESRB ratings and content
• Learning about the:
-Nintendo Game Boy Advance
A great tip for parents to remember when choosing a video game system is to think of the child’s individual needs rather than what new video game system is on the market. What one child likes may be too much for another. Many young kids are too young to appreciate newer models, anyway, and just like to stick to the simpler older models because they can just play their games and that’s all they want.
|Publisher:||Jay H. Gonz|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||43 KB|