Times Online writes: "On a cold winter's evening a family gathers in the living room, three generations laughing and joking together, pleasant moments that will linger in the memory. It is reminiscent of a scene in an Edwardian almanac, an episode that a grandparent wistfully recalls when telling a younger generation how times have changed, for the worse.
Yet it is a scene being created in homes up and down the country this weekend, giving the lie to the claim that harmonious family life in modern Britain has all but disappeared. There may be no piano for a singalong, and the Monopoly board is gathering dust in a corner. Instead, the 21st-century family is bonding around a computer game."