“As you know, most of us females just hate those action video games,” she said. “You don’t have to use shooting. You can use, for example, a princess [who] has a magic wand, and whenever she touches something, it turns into a butterfly and sparkles.”


Games for Learning Institute

Daphne Bavelier

Parents Television Council

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