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#1 of 5 Old 09-28-2020, 12:27 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Do you let your children play games?

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As for me I think my son is an addictive to Rocket League
He doesn't want to stop playing it and start learning and doing homework...
Do you think online games make our children addictive?
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#2 of 5 Old 09-28-2020, 12:34 AM
 
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Well it is one of those games that can easily create addiction...
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Well the game is really good and that is why it creates addiction. I love playing it and I can really understand why he is addicted to it. If he is competitive like I am he will never stop. What you can do is go to rl trading and sell his items and his account. He might stop playing after that because it is boring to do it all again when you lose that progress. If he has good items you can earn really good money. Still, I would not be doing that, Rocket League is a game that really is harmless and it is better for him to play that game instead of some shooter game.
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Well the game is really good and that is why it creates addiction. I love playing it and I can really understand why he is addicted to it. If he is competitive like I am he will never stop. What you can do is go to rl trading and sell his items and his account. He might stop playing after that because it is boring to do it all again when you lose that progress. If he has good items you can earn really good money. Still, I would not be doing that, Rocket League is a game that really is harmless and it is better for him to play that game instead of some shooter game.
I think that selling it will make things worse for him...
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Thanks for the post as it is very useful for me as compared to the best help.
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