GamesRadar writes: Yes, the Cub Scouts have introduced belt loop and pin awards for video games. The tasks required to attain them are all based around responsible gaming, understanding of ratings and retail, and involving the family with the kids' digital escapades. Frankly, it's a really positive, progressive idea, and we're all for it.
But alas, we're contractually bound to make gags (seriously, it's right underneath the Okami clause, and above the bit about Meiks getting things wrong on the UK podcast), so make gags we shall. And after all, while the Cubs' awards don't strictly reward hardcore gaming, that doesn't mean they can't be completed in a hardcore way. So here's how you would approach them, if you were a nine-year-old boy, but also yourself at the same time.