Parents would be well-advised to pick up a copy of Stuart Little 2. The presentation and content aimed at younger gamers hits the mark dead-on, but it doesn't skimp on the gameplay. You might find even find yourself sending little Timmy to bed early in order to sneak in an […]
Parents and children in search of quality game software haven't had an easy time despite the industrys recent boom years. Theres no shortage of inane titles lining shelves with only a cartoon license or television character as the selling point, but these kinds of shovelware arent acceptable. If a game is too simplistic and boring, its hard for parents to maintain interest in their childs activity. If the game isnt very good to begin with, or if the difficulty level isnt keyed in to young ones, the child will get frustrated by the gameplay.