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Top 6 Video Games To Play In 360 Play Stations 

On 16 Mar 2023

Top 6 Video Games To Play In 360 Play Stations 

Top 6 Video Games to Play in 360 PlayStations 

Today, kids love to play video games whenever they have free time. Different video games entertain kids, let them have fun, communicate with fellow players, and develop essential skills such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and hand-eye coordination. 360 Play stations offer Video Gamer Zone services in Qatar. We have numerous video games for kids. So, take your kids to the 360 play stations when you have free time and let them play video games. We have knowledgeable video game instructors who guide kids on how to play their favorite video games. Look at the top 5 video games available on the 360 play stations.

● Pokemon Sun and Moon
Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon are modern takedowns of longtime Pokemon RPGs. Each Pokemon game also supports online multiplayer in the form of Pokemon trading and battles, in addition to entertaining single-player offline campaigns that will keep players of all ages entertained for days. Unfortunately, communication with other Pokémon players is minimal and almost entirely limited to basic gameplay information, such as the nicknames entered into the player's in-game ID card and the number of Pokémon they have caught. Other forms of communication include emoticons and key emojis created from a pre-approved list of safe words.

● Minecraft
Minecraft is a popular video game for kids because they learn problem-solving skills. Simplified graphics make any action less intimidating, and voice chat can be turned off in the console's parent settings.

● Star Wars Battlefront II
Star Wars Battlefront II is an action shooter video game that uses characters and locations from three eras of Star Wars films and cartoons. The graphics are excellent, especially on an Xbox One X or PlayStation 4 Pro console, and the sound design will make anyone who plays feel like they're in the middle of a Star Wars battle.

Star Wars Battlefront II has plenty of fun online modes for kids and adults alike, with two of the most popular being Galactic Assault and Heroes vs. Villains. The first is a massive 40-player online battle mode that recreates iconic moments from the movies; the latter allows the player to play as iconic characters such as Luke Skywalker, Rey, Kylo Ren, and Yoda in 4-team battles.
Star Wars Battlefront II has no built-in voice chat feature, but players can still chat with friends using the console's online service, which can be turned off.

● Splatoon 2
In this game, players take on the role of the Inklings, child characters that can turn into colored ink and come back again, and participate in online matches for up to eight people. The goal of each game is to cover as much area as possible with your team's color by spraying paint on floors, walls, and opponents. Splatoon 2 uses the Nintendo Switch smartphone app for voice chat, which parents can control or disable.

● Terraria
Terraria is a mix of Super Mario Bros. and Minecraft. In it, players have to navigate 2D levels and fight monsters just like in a traditional platform game, but they can also create materials and develop structures worldwide. In addition, players can connect with up to seven other players to play online. Unfortunately, Terraria relies on in-console voice chats that parents can turn off.

● Super Bomberman R
Super Bomberman is back for modern consoles with new arcade classics that made it famous in the 90s. In Super Bomberman R, players can play solo or in local multiplayer mode with up to four players, but the real fun is the online mode, where matches consist of eight players.

Super Bomberman R's multiplayer modes aim to defeat other players by strategically placing bombs in a maze-like level. The buffs and abilities add some variety to trading, but overall, it's good, simple fun for everyone.

So, visit the 360 PlayStation with your kids today and let them access the video play areas in Qatar. We have plenty of video games for children.