This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PlayStation(R) Move. All opinions are 100% mine.
Sometimes I'd wonder, what if my daughter is already 7 years old at the present time, what kind of family bonding affairs can we share during weekend nights? Perhaps some board games, movie-watching, baking, karaoke. How about video games? Why not? I enjoy some video games. I was even hooked to one game, so determined to finish it with flying colors. And I did. Well, if someone asks me what video game package I'd want, without a doubt I will choose the PlayStation(R)MOVE. I heard that it's kind of cool, built with superior quality, features, and enhancement which other motion gaming products available today don't have.
If the generous genie would give me PlayStation(R)MOVE now, it would be my first time to use it. But I am not actually intimidated of being a first-timer for this system because users said it's simple and easy-to-use. I should be able to catch up with the games. There are tons of games that I would want to play with my daughter and husband in our game nights. I couldn't wait to try and play the Brunswick Pro Bowling, Sports Champions, Start the Party, FIFA Soccer, and more. They are too many to mention. I am more excited to play sports games because it does not only allow us to bond us a family but also keep us physically fit. Now, that's cooler than I thought.
For Moms like me who want to spend time with kids on weekend nights but do not have any idea how to do it, I'd suggest to add the fun of playing video game using the PlayStation(R)MOVE. And by the way, if you happen to have the PlayStation®3, you can actually take the motion gaming in your PS system with the MOVE bundle package for only $99. You no longer have to spend hundred of bucks to buy the newest PS system—that's a bonus!