Dad’s Gaming Corner

Gaming With Kids - Part 1

October 14, 2020 Michael Masek & Jaiden Masek Season 1 Episode 38
Dad’s Gaming Corner
Gaming With Kids - Part 1
Show Notes

Welcome to Dad's Gaming Corner! A podcast of conversations between dads and their kids about video games, movies, and everything in between. Be sure to listen and subscribe and leave us a quick review if you can.

Hello and welcome! Returning guest and friend of the show, Sam Carlson, joins us for a deeper conversation of what it looks like to game with kids. We take a look back at the thoughts and opinions from the '90s about video games and their influences on children then and how those opinions weigh in today. We discuss what all parents have to consider these days when deciding what is right for both their children and their home. Also, hear our updated review of Ary and the Secret of Seasons. Due to the length of this episode, it has been recorded in two parts.

Be sure to listen to the end of the show for "Indie Corner" where we will be reviewing Indie Games that are currently on sale and definitely worth your consideration, and check out "Tabletop Gaming" where we will be bringing you one of our family favorite "analog" games. We are now also offering the latest Humble Bundles right here!

Games and articles discussed on the show:

Best Screen Protectors for Nintendo Switch

Best MicroSDXC Cards for Nintendo Switch

Best Controllers for Nintendo Switch

Best Bluetooth Audio Adapters for Nintendo Switch

Best Gaming Grips for Nintendo Switch

Best Power Accessories for Nintendo Switch

Listen each week to the different and unique views, thoughts, and opinions of a middle-age dad and his kids as they dive into today’s culture when gaming has never been bigger and movies from Marvel and Star Wars rule the cinematic universe.

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