Are you or someone you know a parent? Life for parents can be a bit confusing when it comes to games. Not everyone’s an awesome gamer like you and us, and sometimes parents need some guidance so they can talk to their kids about games. They could read our stuff here at BoxMash for all the latest on what’s going on in games, but Ask About Games is a site made exclusively for parents of gamers.
For a parent, Ask About Games is one of the best websites for information on what games are suitable for their children. It covers in depth the PEGI system, which is the age rating system that the gaming industry uses in the UK. With this knowledge in hand, parents can select games that will be appropriate for their children, and in a world where games range from pre-school to post-grad, this information is vital in making informed, correct decisions.
The site is edited by Andy Robertson, who you may know from Family Gamer TV. He’s one of BoxMash’s best friends, and we can assure you his knowledge is second to none! If you have a question about family games, he’s the one to talk to, and Ask About Games is your portal to him.
So if you need to know how to set parental controls on your son’s new Xbox One, want to know what’s the best PS3 game to play with your daughters, or which console is best for your whole family to play with, Ask About Games is here to help.