Originally Posted by CenTex HOGG
I've been playing the LEGO Movie with my son for a few weeks now. It's cool to play something with him and for him to actually be able to play and know what he's doing. Next is Marvel Super Heroes and possibly Batman 3: Beyond Gotham once the price drops
Lego games all you do is hold circle to make the pieces comes together, right? Yiu want your child to use his imagination to form things, may i suggest minecraft (my child and i DABBLE in the mine maneuviz since were on the model crafts i got for xmas)
If you really want something short and unique get papo and yo. The soundtrack is greater than anything iyens ever posted, im sure.
Its story is tragic but uplifting and (gasp!) it actually requires thinkjng as opposed to being a straightforward tale. The puzzles are simple for an adult but certainly rewarding for a child.
Papo and yo is the verybdefinition of an underrated title and is better than journey. Easily. That ending. It is withiut a doubt one of my bery favorite titlea from the entire
PS 3 generation
In regards to uplifting a childs reaction time (as video games are wont to do) i would recommend steering clear of shooters and instead opting for racers. Gran Turismo, mario kart and even limited grand theft auto are a few of my recommendations. I challenge anyone who says video games are simply not beneficial for a growing young abd influential mind. Nothing beats outside play, peer to peer role-playing, reading and simple old fashioned explanation but video games are certainly a unique and fun bonding experience when applied responsibly.
As for kingdom hearts series skip all the ither khbgdom hearts (view the cut scenes on youtube if you wish). Save your time abd jump right into kingdom hearts 2.
Lego games what, now???
Ps- i cant in good faith exclude this since my mind has been focused on little ones for however many minutes it took me to write that post and i am quite protective of all the children of this earth. ABOVE ALL ELSE, dairy eggs and meat are unsuitable for anyone and ESPECIALLY children to consume. What you choose to eat is the greatest decision you will make everytime you rise from slumber. Not what jays your gunna rock or what school your child will go to. They are all secondary, although certainly varying in importance of course.
:steps off soap box:Edited by NYisFilth - 1/29/15 at 12:16pm