Thread: A new threat to our kids
6/13/2013 10:45pm, #11
6/14/2013 1:52am, #12
6/14/2013 3:52am, #13
I actually really like the Lego video games have most of them. They are easy enought that my 7 year old can mostly play them by her self and yet have enough depth that I can enjoy them. Until you start to feel like your just grinding away at them to collect everything.
6/14/2013 7:59am, #14
I still prefer actual Legos to the games though, maybe that should have been my point then IIF wouldn't have slapped me. Can I have take backs on my other posts??
6/14/2013 8:39am, #15
LEGO Batman and LEGO Indiana Jones are also both fucking awesome.
LEGO LOTR...will get back to you next year.
6/14/2013 9:01am, #16
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It's always so much easier to blame others. This article blows.
6/14/2013 9:24am, #17
I see Lego as being one of the more creative and better toys currently being produced and I hope these few people that have a chip on their shoulder over what their opinion of how a child should play don't end up ruining it for the rest of us.
6/14/2013 1:21pm, #18
Video games only play a role IF YOU AS A PARENT allow it to happen.
I'm not giving it a negative or positive role.
Now my comment on the Lego games had more to do with the fact that to me personally it seems silly and somewhat lazy to play a game that you could do by playing with actual Legos.
Lazy, in this context, is a negative.
Now, do I need to DEFINE the context of the article and explain why your original post makes your comment "I totally agree on the games, they just teach the kids that playing the game is far easier than building the kit." a negative?
Yes, you have defined positive and negative.
6/14/2013 1:35pm, #19
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6/14/2013 2:10pm, #20
I'm not sure why this post quoted my earlier post but this was a response to IIF.
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