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Video Games What type of games tickles your fancy Are you the hardcore player or are you one who plays because theres nothing else to do For the blood and guts action try a mature type game For a less generated graphic game theres teen And any other game would be rated everyone There are many types of video games three are mature teen and everyone To begin there are mature games Mature games deal with a more realistic setting They are set for an audience that can handle the gorish realism An example of a mature game would be Playstation 2s Grand Thief Auto 3 Games that contain strong violence and rude language are often rated M for mature For those who love these games other hot titles include Resident Evil Metal Gear Solid Siphon Filter E Then theres the middle class games that are rated T for teen These games are less realistic They lack some of the details that make them the best An example of a teen game would be Segas Mortal Kombat These games have less blood guts and rude language O Almost all games for Sega are rated teen or less However games that everyone can play are rated everyone Now these are games so easy a little kid could play them Titles like Elmos Adventure and Spice Girls are rated E for everyone A great system everyone can play is Atari These games are the least bit graphic and most are educational W To find these games check your local store Overall mature teen everyone are just three of the many types of games The most hardcore of gamers may play the mature games If parents dont like mature games they may like teen games Now theres nothing wrong with a game everyone can play Now youve seen some of the types of games so what type do you prefer
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