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You're going to want to disable any chat features available if you have young children. Children under the age of ten don't really need to chat. If you cannot disable chatting in the game, don't purchase it for your child. Ask the sales associate or check online to be sure.

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Gaming sure can be a lot of fun but it can also be expensive and even dangerous to your machine if you don't get new material from trusted sources. Don't waste your time or risk your hardware on gimmicks and shady sites--use the tips from this article to safely get the most from your gaming.

Try letting your kids play on consoles versus computers. Consoles offer you a lot more control over privacy, content and security settings, whereas kids can far more easily bypass such restrictions on a computer. You can control the games much more on a console.

Wait for game of the year editions of major titles. These often come out a year or more after the original title, but include a lot of the downloadable and extra content that was released in stages after the initial title. These games offer a lot more bang for the buck.

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Do not let a child play a game without checking its rating beforehand. Games that have a rating of 18+ are often very violent. It is unwise to allow young kids to play this type of game. If a game is violent, it can have negative affects on sleep and behavior of young kids.

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