Buying video games for a child's birthday or Christmas can be a challenge. All the different systems and games can be scary to anyone who doesn't play video games alone. Fortunately, with four things in mind, the decision doesn't have to be a surprise. System. Genre. Evaluation and feedback. To learn more about video games visit shoplikebuy.com/en/pc-video-games.html
System – which system should you buy the game for? The game is designed to work on certain systems so you need to make sure that you buy the game for the correct system. The top choices are PlayStation 2, Xbox, Gamecube, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PSP. Many kids also have multiple systems, so make sure you know which games they want. You may have a system but you will never play it again.
Genre – Which Game Should I Buy? Once you've narrowed down your search to the correct system, you'll need to select the genre of game you want to purchase. The best way to do this is to use what you know about the child.
Reviews – is the game good? Just like movies, some video games are well made and fun, and some are not. You want to make sure you don't buy little Tommy a really bad car race, he doesn't care how much he likes cars, he still won't like the game. The best place to find reviews is online. You can open Game Ratings and view all available ratings for a game. They give a score percentage and as long as the game exceeds 60% you can rest assured that it is good enough for the prize