Video games are for everybody – not just kids.
The average video gamer today is 30 years old, and several games are made exclusively for adults. Video games provide both entertainment and room for socialising with friends. Some games are played alone and some games involves thousands of players online.
Playing video games is great, especially if you have a set of rules and limits that everybody in the family are comfortable with.
This guide is a help to do just that.
Safe gameplay and the video games industry
The video games industry have committed to a set of rules dealing with age labelling, promotion and marketing and and maintenance of safe online gameplay: Read The PEGI Code of Conduct
ISFE hosted a discussion on how parents are being empowered with tools to ensure a safer video gameplay experience for kids: