Game Hub by Sam’s Club is a resource for families that aims to help them make the best, most educated choices about video games and video game system purchases.
It lays out all the options facing families when it comes to video games including detailed information about ratings and provides information to help you make smart choices when it comes to games and game systems.
Sometimes being a parent is challenging, and something as seemingly simple as video game selection can leave us feeling a little un-confident about our abilities to make the best decision. Game Hub hopes to make this one aspect of parenting a bit easier for us.
Game Hub by Sam’s Club®, brought to you by AXE, is the family’s guide to gaming made simple. Game Hub features the latest in family friendly video games and consoles available to Sam’s Club® members. The site also features a “guide to gaming” educational tool that explains concepts such as rating systems, technology, and industry terms in an easy-to-understand, video format, empowering Sam’s Club® members to make better decisions for their families. Now everyone can “get” games with Game Hub by Sam’s Club®.
I don’t know about you, but I have often stared at the backs of video games trying to determine if it is appropriate for my son. It’s not always easy to tell and the ratings aren’t necessarily a hard and fast rule based upon age. You have to take other things into account.
Game Hub’s Guide To Gaming explains everything you need to know about game ratings, hardware choices, types of games, and even provides a glossary to explain some abbreviations and acronyms you might have been struggling with interpreting.
Take a look at this brief intro video to learn more:
Game Hub provides guided video answers to all of your top questions to help you make informed and smart choices. Visit the site, click on a topic and then select a specific question from the list to see a video explanation.
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Note: this was a sponsored / paid advertorial post for Game Hub through Lunchbox. Opinions expressed are my own.