: Playing video games will make your kid violent or get him addicted to gaming. New think
: Violent and addictive video games are out there -- but there are plenty of excellent titles that are active, social, and provide learning potential for strategy, cooperation, and even academics. Our take
: Explore your options. Consider investing in a game platform like a Wii, Move, or Kinect (whose games tend not to be violent and addicting) so you can stay involved in your kids' gaming pursuits and enjoy them together as a family. —Common Sense Media
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