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As with many things in family life, when video game consoles are new they get a lot of attention. We consider how best to use them and get good value for the family. It’s important to keep these up to date as the family’s needs mature.

 
02/07/2023 / 12 months ago / Andy Robertson

Thursday May 19 is the 11th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). It's a chance to talk, think and learn about digital access and inclusion. With over One Billion people with disabilities/impairments it's an important subject.

 
19/05/2022 / 2 years ago / Andy Robertson

It's easy to assume that playing a video game will lead to playing more video games. The common thinking is that the more time in front of a screen, the less likely a child is going to go outside.

 
07/01/2022 / 2 years ago / Andy Robertson

Vote for the Family Video Game Database Game of the Year and win a Nintendo Switch. While other sites will leave the recommendations and choices to expert panels, we wanted to open up our Game of the Year award to our readers. Families are all shapes and sizes, and enjoy all manner of different games. While many smaller titles will be missed by the big outlets, we know that our family readers will vouch for the games they've loved playing all year.

 
07/12/2021 / 2 years ago / Andy Robertson

Here are the games that parents and carers are Googling to find out more about this week. With thousands of parents using the site every day, we have a unique view of what is topping the concerns and interest of family conversation.

 
22/06/2021 / 3 years ago / Andy Robertson

Here are the games that parents and carers are Googling to find out more about this week. With thousands of parents using the site every day, we have a unique view of what is topping the concerns and interest of family conversation.

 
23/02/2021 / 3 years ago / Andy Robertson

Here are the games that parents and carers are Googling to find out more about this week. With thousands of parents using the site every day, we have a unique view of what is topping the concerns and interest of family conversation.

 
30/01/2021 / 3 years ago / Andy Robertson

Taming Gaming Book Written by parents for parents, the database complements the in-depth discussion about video game addiction, violence, spending and online safety in the Taming Gaming book. We are an editorially independent, free resource without adverts that is supported by partnerships.

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