Is the Occult Behind Pokémon? What Parents Should Know!

What kind of worldview does Pokémon promote to it’s cult-like following? Are these “Pocket Monsters” demonic? Here’s what we think.

from contributing writer Kayla Rinker

Pokémon’s popularity

Does the story line and premise of Pokémon (called Pocket Monsters in Japan) run parallel to the activities inside the occult?

And most concerning: Can Satan use Pokémon to get into the heads and hearts of its enormous fanbase?

I’ll be honest, several years ago when my then 8 and 9-year-old boys discovered that cute yellow Pikachu creature, I didn’t pay much attention. I had two other babies to take care of and it all seemed innocent enough to me. They liked to compare card collections with their neighbors (we found plenty of cards at yard sales—seems Pokémon is a phase for a lot of kids), and none of them actually knew how to play the game.

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What You Need to Know About Attending a Gaming Convention

Is your video game loving child wanting to attend a gaming convention? Here are the details on how to save money and what to watch out for.

If you are a parent of a child who is in love with playing video games (within reason of course), your child will probably want to attend a gaming convention like E3, Anime Expo, and San Diego Comic Con. However, you might be wondering, is it a safe place for my child? And is it going to cost my family a fortune to attend?

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Violence and Fortnite: It’s There. Should You Care?

Everything you need to know about this new fad sweeping the Nation

The Fortnite fad is sweeping the Nation. Should you allow your kids (and husband) to jump on that Fortnite Battle bus or is it too dangerous? All your questions will finally be answered!

I watched as my son held his opponent inside the crosshairs of his sniper rifle.

Boom. Head shot. 235 Hit Points. Elimination.

“Yes! I already have four kills in this game,” my 13-year-old said, a hint of pride in his voice.

“You mean eliminations,” I said, a hint of horror in mine.

“Yeah…that’s what I meant, Mom.”

My house of boys (including one man—my husband) has been taken over by the worldwide gaming epidemic that is Fortnite.

Fortnite consists of two game modes: the original co-op version called Fortnite: Save the World, where the object is to kill waves of zombie-like creatures, and its massively popular and free-to-play younger brother, Fortnite: Battle Royale. Fortnite is available on Playstation4, Xbox One, Windows, Mac, and its developer, Epic Games, recently launched a new smartphone version.

With more than 40 million Battle Royale players worldwide, unless you’ve been hiding in a bush (Fortnite humor), you’ve probably heard of it.

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Provocative Video Game Peach Beach Splash Not for Children

Japan’s new anime steamy super soaker game too sexy for kids

Peach Beach Splash, Japan’s new anime video game, is full of string bikini wearing women soaking each other with water guns. This is not a game suited for children. Positive anime options given.

Summer is just around the corner and your child will more than likely hear about Japan’s new super soaker anime game Peach Beach Splash. However, this is a game you don’t want to invest your time or cash on. The focus is to get your friends soaked with water guns, while being exposed to women in the skimpiest clothing possible, like string bikinis. Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is a new team shooting game where you play as a girl in a skimpy bathing suit and try to get your opponents as wet as possible.

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