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Video Game Review: 'De Blob 2'

Amazon.com Rated ON for Ages 9 and Up What Parents Need to Know Parents need to know that "De Blob 2" is an action/adventure ga..."De Blob 2" is a rare better-than-the-original sequel.

Video Game Review: 'Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds'

Amazon.com Rated ON for Ages 13 and Up What Parents Need to Know Parents need to know "Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds"..."Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" is an over-the-top fighting game featuring provocatively clad female fighters.

Video Game Review: 'Mario Sports Mix'

Amazon.com Rated ON for Ages 8 and Up What Parents Need to Know Parents need to know that "Mario Sports Mix" is a collection of..."Mario Sports Mix" is a collection of four sports-themed games that supports simultaneous local multiplayer action for up to four players.

Great Family Entertainment for Snow Days

After they've come in from the snow, cuddle up with these movies, games and more. Credit: Vadim Ghirda, AP Last year it was the "snow...Keep your family entertained when snow keeps them indoors.

Video Game Review: 'Digging for Dinosaurs'

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Rated ON for Ages 7 and Up
What Parents Need to Know Parents need to know that "Digging for Dinosaurs" is a fun and in...
"Digging for Dinosaurs" is a fun and educational game for dino-loving kids.

Dealing With Media Violence: Tips for Parents

Detective Stabler holds a gun in Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. Credit: Will Hart, NBC
The typical 11-year-old has seen nearl...
Studies tell us that kids who see a lot of violence in the media may be more aggressive. They may even learn that hurting others is OK.

Video Game Review: 'Dead Space 2'

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Rated NOT FOR KIDS
What Parents Need to Know Parents need to know "Dead Space 2" is not only very scary -- with distur...
Dead Space 2 is gory, violent and not for kids.

Video Games Can Cause Mental Health Problems, Study Finds

Video games may be affecting your relationship with your kid. Credit: Stockdisc, Getty Images Although most kids don't become addicte...Pathological gamers tend to be more impulsive, have lower social competence and are less empathic.

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