PC games have always been in use. It almost makes you feel like a hero when you save the teammates playing the character of your favorite heroes. It is a nice game to play and will keep you engaged in your free time. But my son is growing up. He doesn’t want to play Fifa all the time – typically, older boys do tend to enjoy games which require a certain level of shooting and death. You can buy quite realistic shooting ps3 games designed for age 12 upwards (some of the Bond games are advertised as 12+ and don’t look much diffferent to the more mature titles). I didn’t think it was necessarily fair to deny him, even if I am a woman who does not like violence. The main swaying point for us was the presence of his little brother. I knew without question that I did not want him to be a spectator of these older, unsuitable games.
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