Factors to Consider When Buying a Video Game
Trying to buy a video game can be an overwhelming experience as you sort through the libraries of titles. With a little know-how, you can navigate Walmart's selection of video games.
- Platform: Buy video games designed for the console you own. PlayStation games don't work in Nintendos or Xboxes, and most consoles aren't backward compatible. For example, a PlayStation 4 console doesn't accept PlayStation 3 games. Restrict your search to only see the titles that play in your console.
- Rating: Each video game has a rating to help you choose appropriate titles. If you don't want your children playing games that depict adult themes, avoid titles rated M (mature audiences) or AO (adults only). Titles with ratings of E (everyone) are suitable for anyone, but games rated EC (early childhood) may be too simplistic for older players.
- Genre: If you're looking for a new title, you can search by genre. Test your thinking with Strategy & Role-Playing games. Gather the family for game night with a game from the Kids & Family genre. Pump up your adrenaline with an Action & Adventure game.
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