Addict of Fiction writes: "In what is either a super fear or a reasonable warning, a local newspaper have warned parents that getting video games for a child’s Christmas present may not be the best idea"
Who cares, just make sure your kid never divulges any personal info on the net/Live, shouldn't they already know that.
That's fine then. MORE SKYRIM FOR EVERYONE.... OVER THE AGE..... Although if you're over the age... whats the harm in online play? :/
Gods alive! So much FUD. Educate your children; problem solved.
these articles still give exposure (no pun intended) they just go overboard
They shouldn't stop kids from enjoying themselves, but parents should put rules in place while they are online, just so they know not to do it. My sister is only 10 and she plays online, my dad already told her not to give out any personal details, etc. My sister hasn't done it. My dad did it with me and I've turned out alright and I play online games all the time.
As I said, I think it should be with the parents.
Just buy a points card for xbox/ps3, problem solved.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.