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paul

The dynamic environment which video games and its certain features has provided us and all that things are not more than placing a cherry on a cake. Long way to go.

Mcgill

If you keep your kids from playing sony play station. His/her interest would grow with the rate at which you are keeping him/her from playing games. The relationship is linear. So it's better to give them a break from day long learning at schools.
A kids' supporter :)

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