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Before I get all grandpa on this, people should know that pet rocks and tamagotchi type games where you have a simulated dog doing simulated things have been around well before 2015.
Parents were annoyed then about these entertaining children games, as I am sure that many will be annoyed now with these more adult video games. The biggest irony of course is that many children are getting addicted to their smart phones and watch dogs pc games on their phones and laptops and tablets, rather than actually spending time with their family dog. You know, that thing sitting in the corner looking all unhealthy and upset.
Worse than that for parents is that after months of their children pleading for them to get a dog, and them relenting, now the adults feel some responsibility to caring for and walking their dog. Worse than that is that the majority of dogs all around Australia are barely walked weekly, let along daily.
There is no putting the genie back in the bottle once the watch dog pc game is out there.
And a quick search on watch dog will reveal that "Watch Dogs blends cutting-edge technologies and sophisticated game design into a realistic and living open world where players must use any means at their disposal to take down a corrupt system." So a per usual the dogs name has been taken in vain, and no positive reinforcement has been established for our long suffering canine friends.
Wouldn't it be ironic if there were no actual dogs in the 3d world of watch dog pc?
Watch dog Pc- Does it matter what the game is called?And therein lies the biggest challenge for parents of toddlers and teens alike in 2015. How do you get your children into reality, to visit parks and to get off TV and small screen games. How to you get them to participate in nature, to get healthy, to go for exercise, or even moderate exercise like walks?
My son is growing up with a dog, and he has the dog as his best friend, that he usually unknowingly terrorises most of the time (as toddlers do). But I know this bond will extend to park walks, because that is what we regular do with our son and his/ our dog now.
Once a child is old enough to go out on their bike by themselves, a parent might almost ask themselves, how do we solve our child getting addicted to computer games, and not exercising enough. Our dog needs dog walks, but he can't walk himself. How can we get our child to earn their pocket money except for the pretty pointless task of washing the car on Sundays?
I'll let you wander around this site to answer all those riddles all by yourself ..
Good gaming !