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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 937d ago | opinion piece

Gaming with Children: Lessons from The Walking Dead

SnackBarGames write:

"When this column originally ran, it was primarily about playing games with your children. To be perfectly honest, I started writing it early. My kids are all two years old. We play Kinectimals together, and I’m looking forward to playing Once Upon A Monster with them when they’re a little bit older. For the time being, though, I am perfectly happy with them being thrilled to play with MegaBloks, stuffed animals and picture books.

What they have done, however, is permanently affect the way that I view the world and how certain things affect me. One game hit me particularly hard this year: Telltale’s The Walking Dead." (Culture, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day")

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