A robot plays a game while another tells the developer that the game needs more dragons--an illustration of how early access gaming works.

A Parent’s Guide To Early Access Games

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Years ago in the heydays of cartridge games and early disc-based console games, buying a new game meant you were paying for a finished product. Sure, you might still find a bug or glitch now and then or discover the game itself wasn’t what you expected, but such games were designed to be a complete experience at the time of purchase. A huge shift in the industry towards digital products has changed all of that, particularly for PC gamers of all ages. Read More