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This Christmas like millions of other parents I bought my two children a boy and a girla popular home video game system I thought they could share it and when asked if this was OKwith them they replied Sure mom that would be great So we planned on installing the littlegoody onto the TV in the family room so that both kids would have an equal chance to play SoWhat then you may be asking is the problem The problem arose when we went to shop forgames for the system They werent hard to find They were in all the local toy stores andWalmart and Kmart too But there werent any for girls I looked high and low and came upWhy was this happening Surely girls must want to play video games as much as boysdo Why then arent game manufacturers producing any video games that feature girls as themain character On a recent trip to our local Walmart store I found over two hundred videogame titles yes I counted for our game system but of these only two had female maincharacters One of them was you guessed it Barbie The other one was a female warriordressed in a scantily clad leather outfit Im pretty sure the latter was designed for young menSurely a big retailer like Toys-R-Us would have more of a selection So off I went onmy merry way only to be once again disappointed Toys-R-Us had over 300 titles in stock forour game system and only the same two titles I found at Walmart were available there with onenew addition which was the Spice Girls CD Its price had been reduced so I guessed it was leftover from last year when the Spice Girls used to be popular I ended up purchasing 4 games for my kids to play I found a few with cartoon charactersas lead characters that I felt would be appropriate for kids I bought Rugrats Loony TunesGrand Turismo
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