Any parent would be hard-pressed to find a child who doesn't find playing video games a popular pastime. But you can't assume that every game your child wants to play will be "kid friendly." With doctors linking violent video games and aggression, it would be wise to consider Entertainment Software Rating Board ratings, referrals from other parents you trust, and a true evaluation of the content — before buying your child the game he's been badgering you about. To cut down the time it takes to do your homework, Circle of Moms members share 10 nonviolent video games that still ensure hours of fun.
10 Video Games That Leave the Violence Behind
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