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As a (young) middle-aged mother, I have a little interest in video games. In fact, I have almost none at all. Watching my son, I have disapproved of some of these games but beyond the bloodshed, they have the most part to be pretty innocent. About the worst I could say about them is that they were too absorbing and the overwhelmingly focus on hand-eye coordination rather than logical thought processes. They also keep children from the physical world, which is the way I would like to grow vegetables this year in our small Japanese garden and, you know, he’s really enjoying it.
Recently, however, a new Pokemon store opened on a mall near us and I got something called a Pokemon Plush, which is just another way of saying ‘stuffed character.’ He chose ‘Ampharos,’ which looked friendly and hardly meant a ‘monster’ to me (the origin of the word ‘pokemon’ is hard to describe: technically it’s Japanese but if comes from the Japanese transliterations of the two words ‘pocket’ and ‘monster,’ which is then abbreviated to ‘pokemon’ or ‘pocket monster’). But most of these Pokemon Plush Toys seem more like cute animals than monsters buy pokemon go account.
There are different facets to Pokemon playing, and a very popular one is from the original-the computer game. I must confess that I have become interested in Pokemon recently as they appeal to my fiction and evolution. I also like computers and robotics So I decided to have a gander at YouTube I heard that black and white was the latest thing in Pokemon. I must say though that as a parent I was shocked and appalled by the 22 year old narrator. His language was very obscene For adults, I have no problem with violence or profanity, but when it’s a pretext of a children’s video is there a line needs to be drawn.
I’ve watched hundreds if not thousands of YouTube videos, and I can not recall a more venomous narration than this. I was shocked and angry as I made a long complaint to YouTube and I realized that this is not allowed to be pokemon but games across the board As a mother, I thought of harming children I’m sure there are a lot of unsuspecting parents out there who are also unaware of this. I really think that something needs to be done to give these videos a warning label or at least some sort of rating that would make it easier to identify which ones are suitable for young children.
I am happy to report that I checked out a lot of Pokemon web sites and found most of them innocent and cute. I picked up my son’s plushie and will continue to monitor I urge all parents to do the same.