"Don’t try telling a Gamer to get a life – he’s addicted to computer games; he has thousands of lives. It can be hard, living with a Gamer. The constant sound of gunfire and unearthly screaming emanating from upstairs, the death-trap that is his bedroom (mass of electric wires + drawn curtains = sprained ankle), and the fact that his prowess at Grand Theft Auto makes him think he has the right to criticize your driving. Constantly. But there’s no need to call Game Over just yet, because all is not lost! Inside this book, you – the parent, sibling or friend of the Gamer – will find all the helpful advice you need to learn how to progress to the next level and live happily ever after with your personal games addict. This handy guide will introduce you to the world (or worlds) the Gamer inhabits – learn how to translate their gaming language (what does he mean ‘pwned!’? Isn’t there at least one vowel missing in that word?), understand their clothing choices (baggy tracksuit bottoms allow maximum bladder capacity for prolonged gaming), know what to say to get through to them and, most importantly perhaps, learn how to really embarrass one. Jam-packed with helpful advice and tips, this book has everything you need to know about the world of the gaming. Who knows – by the end of the book, you may even fancy a go yourself!"
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|Size:||128 x 198||ISBN:||9781847732743|
|Images:||15 original colour illustrations||Format:||paperback|
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