The video game industry is huge. Last year alone saw the release of 2 new consoles (the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) along with over 1,100 games. That is a lot of information to process.
As a parent, you do not need to know all that information. Your gamer is not playing that many games. He is probably only playing a few at most. How do you weed through all that information to find exactly what you need?
I am starting a new series of ebooks to help you accomplish just that. It is called “Parent’s Quick Guide To Video Games”. These will be short ebooks dealing with one specific game or piece of hardware. You will be able to pick and choose which one you want based on what your gamer is playing.
I am kicking off the series with what is probably the biggest game on the market right now, Minecraft. In this book, I answer these questions:
- What is Minecraft?
- How can you connect through it?
- How do you play it?
- Is there anything in it that should concern you?