My son (nom de blog Blue Striker) has a new YouTube Channel, TheBattingEmperor. He asked me to write a short blurb about it, and is looking for subscribers. TheBattingEmperor is gamer focused (right now, there’s a video on the all-ages MMORPG Wizard101), with a few odds and ends, such as short videos and animations, thrown in. Check it out, and please subscribe!
The game I am writing about is called Disney Infinity 2.0. In Disney Infinity, you can build anything, buy anything Disney, and go on cool missions. I have an even amount of Marvel and Disney characters that I can use. My favorite character is Buzz Lightyear, because he has a super jump. If you upgrade Buzz’s health to maximum, he can almost never die. I liked this game very much, because it is action packed and you can do anything you want. I would recommend this game to anyone and everyone.
This entry is about the video game LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. I liked the game because it is fascinating and hard, but simple. One fact about the game is that you get to have vehicles. There are three types of vehicles, boats, cars and jets. Another fact is that some characters, like Iron Man and the Human Torch, can fly. The game has only 15 levels, then you get to go to New York City, which is very exciting. This game has the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, where you can “spawn” [customize] new characters, and replay levels. And last, but not least, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes have the Guardians of the Galaxy!
This is for those of us whose kids play games online. There are some good tips for adults as well!
Online play options have become standard for many PC games and parents naturally want to find safe online games for their kids. While your kids play with other players of their favorite games, you need to be watchful for any potential problems. By taking proactive steps and staying actively involved in your children’s online activities, parents like you can ensure safe online gaming for your kids.
As a parent, you need to stay current on game ratings and your kids’ use of and involvement in these games. Game ratings can help parents determine what is and is not acceptable content for their kids’ age groups and maturity levels. Here is a breakdown of some of the common game ratings from the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB):
- E – everyone
- E 10+ – anyone over 10 years old
- Teen – some content is not kid-friendly
- M – mature players, usually 17+
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