If you’re a parent and not much of a gamer yourself, it can be challenging to connect with your gamer. It can feel like there’s a tremendous gulf between you and your kiddo. On the one hand, you have your kiddo is very much into their hobby. Games are their passion. On the other hand, when they try and talk to you about it, there’s so much there that you can’t follow. It can be confusing and frustrating.
So, how with all that, how can you connect with your gamer?
God of War sat as number 1 in the game charts for 5 consecutive weeks, taking the record for Playstation 4 exclusives. It also sold over 3 million copies in three days. It’s the fastest selling PlayStation 4 exclusive ever made, and is both a commercial and critical success, sitting at a Metacritic rating of 94.
So, you might say God of War is a big deal in the gaming world. And if your kiddo’s a gamer – you can bet they’re talking about it. So, what exactly is this thing? And as a parent, what do you need to know?
So, there’s this new thing now. Fortnite… Anyone heard of it?
Oh… Everyone? Everyone’s heard of it?
Yeah. Everyone’s heard of it. Parents, kids, grandparents, pets, aunts, uncles, cousins, space aliens, creatures from alternate dimensions, and I’m pretty sure even muppets… Everyone and everything. Fortnite’s popularity is so strong, it’s pushed its way into mainstream pop culture. It’s moved from just gamers to the population at large. If you’re a parent and want to know what your kiddos are playing, this post will give you everything you need to know.
Twitch is big and just getting bigger. During prime time, it has more viewers than CNN. So what is it? Why is it so big with young gamers? And, what do Parents need to know about Twitch and streaming in general? Continue reading to learn all this and more.