…is a good game. This is the wish that countless children all over the United States – and beyond – are chanting in their heads. And why not? Gaming is all the craze wherever you go.
However, according to a poll conducted by Game Crazy, many children are expecting to be disappointed come Christmas morning. How so? Some 80 per cent of the respondents (kids aged 8 to 17) say that they will ask for video games for Christmas BUT 60 per cent expect to get games that they don’t want. This same number goes for those kids who say that they would get a game for the wrong gaming console or totally not getting a video game.
How sad, don’t you think? I find it quite hilarious, though. If children are asking for video games, why don’t they just go online, get all the relevant details of the game they want and have their parents buy it for them? That’s what I would do! This is the “Age of Information” for goodness’ sakes! A small thing such as miscommunication should not be the cause for “wrong” gifts – this is assuming that the parents do really want to buy their kids video games.
Anyhow, Game Crazy has come up with a guide for parents to help them get the right game. Helpful, yes. I still say that you kids out there just go ahead and find exactly what you want and point your parents in the right direction. What say you?