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Video Game Etiquette For Online Players
Submitted by KumarSachindra
Sat, 26 Jan 2013
Have a separate area for video games, if you can. A lot of people keep their gaming equipment in the family room or living room, and that is one idea. However, in order to allow everyone in the house to do what they'd like, you might consider having a separate area for your games so nothing gets in the way.
Try to purchase video games with your kids. Selecting games that everyone can enjoy leads to great family game nights. It also helps parents to know that games are age appropriate for their children. Staying involved in the games kids are playing is easy when parents are a part of the purchasing process.
If you purchase a lot of games, keep a filet knife on hand to help open the package. Nowadays, there are many security measures taken when packaging items, which could make opening very difficult. The last thing you will want to have happen is the inability to play a game because you cannot open it.
Modern smartphones give you the opportunity to carry video games with you wherever you go. Many of the mobile games available on your phone are free. Exercise a little caution before playing them, though! Find out what information the game collects about you and your phone. Don't play a game if you're not comfortable with (or unclear about) the data it gets from you.
Parents need to be aware that all video games, just like movies, are not appropriate for all ages. In the United States there is a parental guidance system in place to help make the correct purchases. Be sure to familiarize yourself with this and learn which games are perfect for your child.
If you are considering trading in or selling your used video games, think about selling them on eBay first. Usually the retail gaming stores will give you about 1/4 of what the game is actually worth. If you list the item on eBay, you can get up to double the money you will get from a retail gaming store.
Only a few games give you the convenience of making a real-world clock accessible in the game itself. This can be a problem with full-screen games. You don't want them taking up more of your time than you can afford; position a clock of your own close to your screen so that you can keep track of how long you've been playing.
Watch the experts. Youtube and other video sites are filled with people showing off their skills in every game imaginable, so take advantage of this resource. Stuck on a particularly challenging level? See exactly what it takes to get past it from someone who has done it before. You might see the very technique or item you need to finally master your game.
If you have outgrown some video games and you no longer play with them, sell them to a game retailer. Many retailers who sell games will buy back used video games that are still in good condition. Selling back games that you no longer play with will make you some money and clean up your game collection at the same time.
Whether you like to play on a console or your cell phone, video games appear to be everywhere today. You no longer have to go to the arcade to play the best titles, instead you can just play they at home. You don't even have to go to a store to buy them! What a world we live in.
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