4 Reasons Not To Get A Meta Quest 2 For Kids

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When it comes to tech gifts for kids that don't cost more than $300, a few options come to mind. An iPad. A Nintendo Switch. A Chromebook. Maybe an RC car or a robot. For many people, the answer's an Oculus Quest 2 (now called the Meta Quest 2). There's only one problem: poker pkv It's not designed for kids under 13, and I wouldn't recommend it for them either. Even though Meta has promised additional parental controls for Quest 2 devices, and they won't need a Facebook account to use starting in August, there remain plenty of concerns around safety, both in terms of physical play and online interactions.

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9. Twilight Struggle

Best two-player heavy strategy game

Twilight Struggle balances the strategic complexity of a "big" game with the simple mechanics of a traditional conquest game like Risk. One player takes the role of the United States, and the other plays as the USSR as you struggle for presence, domination or complete control of various battleground regions around the world. Both sides race to put a man on the moon, degrade the DEFCON status through military operations, while carefully avoiding the devastation of nuclear war (an instant loss) and spread their influence across the globe in a tug of war for global power.

The game ends up as a supremely satisfying exercise in slowly building your deck into an efficient tool, so that you might snap up victory point cards all at once, near the end of the game. Of course, if your timing is off by even a single turn, it could lose you the game.

You could use it as a family, though I've let my kids play VR occasionally, and let them see some amazing videos or simulations. I create a safe and empty area that's close to me, and while I let them use it, I cast the VR video to my phone using the Oculus app. That lets you watch what they're watching, and make sure it's appropriate. Unfortunately, there aren't any good controls on the phone app to easily guide someone else through an experience, which means I still need to rely on their own gameplay judgment. 

1. Tichu

Best classic-style card game

If you've played Rook, euchre or other trick-taking, partner card games, Tichu will be easy to pick up. The cards are fairly traditional (2 through Ace), with the addition of four unique cards: the mahjong, the dog, the phoenix and the dragon. Besides these cards, what makes Tichu unique is its blend of card-playing (in addition to single cards, players can play full houses, straights and other combinations) and strategy (before rounds, players must trade cards with partners and opponents).

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Keep an eye out for possible skin reactions There's also a wild card: Facebook found that a small number of people experience something resembling an allergic skin reaction to the Quest 2's foam face coverings. The reports prompted the company to include silicone covers in-box or offer free covers online. No one in my family has had rashes or reactions, but you can get sweaty playing VR games. I'd recommend keeping a few clean spare foam faceplates and silicone covers for general hygiene.

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