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John Davison, Executive Vice President of Content at GamePro Media Shares His Favorite Picks in Family Friendly Video Games for the 2009 Holiday Season

Family Friendly Video Games for the 2009 Holiday (Video: Business Wire)

NEW YORK --(Business Wire)-- Nov 30, 2009 This holiday season, John Davison gives an inside look at the hottest family friendly video games that are going to be on the top of everyone’s holiday wish list.

His recommendations include:

    The Littlest Pet Shop by Electronic Arts
    For girls specifically, Electronic Arts has several new titles this season. The Littlest Pet Shop games for the Nintendo Wii and the Nintendo DS are tied in with the popular line of Hasbro toys. These games are all about nurturing and customizing a variety of cute pets in settings that are themed around party preparations.

    The Charm Girls Club by Electronic Arts
    The Charm Girls Club titles for both the Nintendo Wii and the Nintendo DS bring a variety of different mini-games designed to appeal to girls aged 7 – 11. The games have young girls taking part in dozens of mini-games centered around the ultimate pajama party.

    Nancy Drew: Warnings at Waverly Academy and The Hardy Boys Treasure on the Tracks
    From Her Interactive we have the Nancy Drew PC series that will continue to impress families this season. But this year Her Interactive is also introducing the first Hardy Boys game for the Nintendo DS. Both classic properties, now players can enjoy an interactive experience and unravel the mysteries themselves by searching for clues, and solving puzzles. They’re great games that can be enjoyed by both parents and kids

    Family Party: 30 Great Games Outdoor Fun by D3 Publisher
    This party game from D3 Publisher will be a hit at family parties this season. It’s a collection of 30+ quick games themed around outdoor sports, summer camp activities and brain challenges. There’s something here to get everyone up off the couch. A great price too, at $19.95.

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