You may not have noticed, but being a parent is a big thing in video games right now. From The Last of Us to God of War, big games with stories about raising a child are "in," and that's likely because of how relatable the subject is. Gaming's primary demographic is 18-40-somethings, and the generation that grew up on NES and SNES is having kids left and right now. Some of us are going through the experience of raising a child for the first time. As a games writer and a young parent, I figured it'd be fun and topical to go over a few key points that, as a regular gamer, you may not have considered. Here are ten hot tips for gaming parents.
10 Parenting Tips for Gamers (So You Don't Screw Up Your Kids)