No need to convince me, Erika. We use gaming as homeschoolers.

Videogames are engaging, in large part, due to amazing storytelling. (Gotta have a good story, right?)

Their creative use has also helped us connect better with our autistic daughter. I don’t profess that FNAF and alien shooters are the key, but they benefited us.

BTW: If you can recommend a good zombie game that doesn’t have bad language or offers an edit option on profanity, I’d appreciate it. We’d be playing Left 4 Dead if it wasn’t for the cursing.

Torching the undead? Adult approved.
#@%$? Not OK.

How’s that for parenting.

"Hi. My name is Roy." - Now that just sounds stupid. (

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