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Recently our family was invited to the Nintendo Store NYC to check out the new Ubisoft video game Starlink: Battle for Atlas. If you know our family you already know that we all are gamers from youngest to oldest. We game together as a family and alone. So when we heard about the new Starlink game we were pretty excited to see exactly what it was made of and if it was something we would want to play. We found out pretty fast that Starlink: Battle of Atlas fills the void between kiddie video games and violence based games. That is perfection in my eyes! Since Emily is a tween and sees her older brothers playing some more mature games it’s easy for her to want to join in. As a mom I’m trying to keep the violence to a minimum no matter what the age level. I’m pleased to say that younger gamers can have the excitement of more violent games that moms aren’t ready to expose them with Starlink. The game was designed by parents of tweens so that their own children had an option for video games. Game On!! Game On!!