If you are a parent whose kid is hooked onto playing with the Xbox online then you are probably used to hearing them screaming with excitement at their television screen. You would have perhaps noticed how thrilled the kids are playing shooting games or the role-playing games. If you are the kind that enjoys playing Halo then you are going to love playing it online, like your kid and that’s probably what your kid has been telling you as well.
To get started, all you will need is a computer with an internet connection and a subscription in-order to create your own account. Once this is sorted, you can get online and commence playing with your online buddies. Like in the case of any sport, the more you practice and play, the better you get. For example, kids who play games online manage to clock in the most incredible number of hours. The statistics according to Counterstike indicate that kids spend over 50 hours every week on playing online games.
The other category of games that you might find kids being interested in is the flash games. I would personally play a whole lot of flash games when I was in school. After my friends and I had finished our work we would go to the class-rooms with computers in them and play the flash games. We would browse and search for some games that looked interesting and we would then go back home, log in to real servers and play these games online.
If you already own an Xbox or a Sony Play Station then you probably are accustomed to the concept of online gaming. All one needs to do is register and sign up for this service and play those games that are already enabled to be played online. Most of the online games are similar to Halo 3 or Gears of War. You can also find shooting games like Call of Duty or their recent version Modern Warfare. Although, I am not completely sure that latter is online enabled. However, I am sure that you can play it online. These games are exciting and it’s all about team-effort to shoot out the opponents. There are also the role-playing games like Final Fantasy but they are not designed to be played on the Internet. Personally, I am not into these fable games and others alike; online gaming is most suitable for shooters.