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Get The Family into The Game



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ANCHOR LEAD: Do you play videogames with your kids? In the following report Brian Osuch explains why you should. (:60) SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Brian Osuch. According to the latest study from the Entertainment Software Association, 58% of parents whose children are gamers play computer and video games with them at least once a month. John Koller, with PlayStation says games are not only fun for the entire family, but a good opportunity to monitor your kids. CUT: (Koller) Parents should be more involved in their child's gaming for a lot of reasons: I'm a parent myself and the biggest one is probably the opportunity to monitor the game content that comes into the home. Each parent should feel as if it's their opportunity to be able to make that decision for themselves. But particularly, people are playing as families and that's a very special moment for many of them. SCRIPT: Now more than ever, it's a great time to turn gaming time into family time! Koller shares some family-friendly products PlayStation has to offer for the holidays. CUT: (Koller) It's interesting that about 90 percent of the games are teenage and younger themed. One of the big ones launched recently called LittleBigPlanet 3, which provides such a canvas for creativity for everyone, from kids to adults. SCRIPT: For more information go to us.playstation.com. That's Lifestyles from Sony.
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