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 Post subject: Be A Gamer With These Video Game Tips
PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 8:45 am 
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Buy your video games used. Video games are expensive. Even so, many people insist on buying them new. The reasoning behind this is that used games will be damaged or faulty. Most retailers check their used games before bringing them into their stock. Buy used and save your receipts, just in case. The savings is well worth the minor risk.

It is always best to try out a game demo for a little bit before you purchase it. This can help you decide if the game is right for you. Be careful, though, where you download the game from. To avoid any potential problems on your computer, download only from reputable sources.

If you are playing a sporting game, and you don't have any experience with it, set the difficulty level to rookie. This will help you pick up on the unique features of the game and learn your way around the field. If you set it higher than that, you are likely to get frustrated and not have any fun.

Read reviews online before getting a game, even if it's one that's prequels were great. A lot of the time new games aren't all that great and it's best to just wait and see what the critics have to say. There's no reason to buy something as soon as it comes out, unless you know it will be very hard to find in the future.

Video games are a great way to spend time with your kids. Today kids really enjoy playing video games. If you feel like you aren't getting enough quality time with your children, play video games with them. Show interest in what they are interested in and you can grow your relationship.

Before allowing any "M" rated games in your home, decide how old children can be before they play them. Both consoles and PCs can be set up so that more mature games cannot be played on them, though doing so on a PC can be difficult. Be diligent and carefully monitor the games that your child plays.

Monitor your child's video game playing. Video games are now rated just like movies and that can help. This allows you to monitor the content your child is exposed to. Depending on your child's age, keep him away from games that are intended for those who are more mature than him.

Read reviews of games before you purchase them. You may be waiting for the new shooter game to come out, but if you buy it without reading reviews, it will be a huge waste of time. Check out at least three to five reviews before putting your money down on a game you won't like.

If you are unsure whether a game is age appropriate for your kids or family, check out the ESRB rating. This is usually a rectangle logo on one corner of the front packaging. Anything rated E for Everyone or EC for Early Childhood is good content safe for all ages. Different ratings exist for teenage and adult level contents.

Online gaming should be a safe experience for your kids. Be aware of the people they are gaming with. Predators have been known to use gaming online in order to connect to kids over the Internet. Keep your kids safe by only allowing them to play with people you know and trust.

To ensure you get the most out of your child's gaming experience, there better be limits that are set for your children when they play video games. More than two hours a day can strain their eyes and interfere with other activities.


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