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Sure, my kids play them. I veto any title that makes me nervous, and they understand that. My older son would rather play video games than eat or sleep — that is a problem. jim´s last [type] ..Conquering Trail 3

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October 26, 2010 at 10:39 am My two sons were allowed some video game time as long as they did homework and were making grades in school. Games rated a lot less violent than today. GTA is clearly not a game I’d allow them, today. OK, they Played Duke Nukem but that was the limit. They favored Mario, Zelda, SIM City, etc. anyway. Their friends always seemed to be into the more violent games. Most of that pre-teen and teen angst was worked out on the baseball or soccer fields or swim team. Support your local sports activities! TV was likewise limited. Cheers, T.O.


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