Lessons Learned From Parenting And GamingMMO Family is your resource for leveling a gaming-specced family.. From recommendations on balancing gaming with family life to finding age-appropriate niches for every family member, MMO Family offers you advice on MMO gaming of the family, by the family and for the family. I don't assume it fallacious for a man to play video games, however I do feel if that's all you do, then that is a problem. I used my brother as an example because he does play the game so much, but he also has no responsibility outside of himself so he can do that if he please, who am I to judge. Correction I did not ignore your question I simply didn't answer it, but yes I watch TV and I play the game from time to time.Since they lived apart, he lived along with his mother and didn't work or have a car, I doubt he even played the games with his children. The complaining mother mentioned that the father of her children received the money for the games from his mother by saying he was shopping for issues for the children. Since there are thousands of games out there strictly for adults, I would say there is no restrict on playing video games. It's no worse than watching TV. In reality, I would say games are better because it helps your problem-solving abilities and hand-eye coordination.Essentially, what I am making an attempt to say is that there is nothing unsuitable with playing video games so long as it's done in MODERATION. Also, playing games is a universal passion and, as such are appropriate for all ages. My own gaming has slowed down quite a bit - every few months, I am going to get the itch to play a video game, and then I'll play a couple hours every day for a few weeks, and then I will not play again for awhile.Since they lived aside, he lived with his mother and did not work or have a car, I doubt he even played the games together with his children. The complaining mother said that the father of her children received the money for the games from his mom by saying he was shopping for issues for the children. Since there are thousands Play of games out there strictly for adults, I would say there is not any restrict on playing video games. It is no worse than watching TELEVISION. In truth, I might say games are better because it helps your problem-solving expertise and hand-eye coordination.Some people take it too far now a days with all the violent games and even games where you have to commit felonies to win the game. I don't assume that age or gender has something to do with it. I don't assume there's something unsuitable with games. Some people purchase a lot of DVD's..I spend less money on average on games than those people do on DVD's.