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3-29-2012 @ 5:10PM
According to my mother, it has the opposite effect.
3-29-2012 @ 5:46PM
This.And you'll need a lot more than some fancy-pancy doctor, tests, trials and hard evidence to convince the family otherwise!...If only the whole family played WoW, or any game, together. I can only imagine the amount of could it would do to bring a family together.Unless the DPS is bad, then GTFO my group, Dad, duh. I've got JP to farm! (/EndSarcasm)
Amount of good it would do*On Christmas list: Edit button.
3-29-2012 @ 5:51PM
Trade chat seems to back this up as well.
3-29-2012 @ 7:28PM
My husband, 11 year old daughter and I all play together and run a horde guild together on Grizzly Hills. I'm not sure it makes us any smarter (I can hope), but it certainly makes us more understanding of each other.me: "ok guys, supper's ready"11 year old: "almost done with this dungeon"me: "ok hun, finish up quick and hearth and do your repairs and vendoring after dinner."11 year old: "yes mom."Life is good :)
3-30-2012 @ 2:23AM
Likewise, myself, partner and eldest play and the youngest has just started playing again after a couple of years break with console gaming.It does work out very well for us, we have a common interest we are all enthusiastic to talk about and like the post above, "I'll just get some place safe" is a legit reason to be a little late for dinner.My son says he loves having gaming parents :)
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