Greensboro, NC -- Even if you don't know much about video games you know names like Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty probably aren't geared towards kids.
But it seems every week new games come out. So how do parents stay on top of what's out there and know if it's appropriate for their kids? Even if you have the game in hand, it's the company's job is to sell you the game.
It's the job of the agency that rates the game to give parents all the information so they can make an informed decision.
ESRB has an app users can use to type in the name of a game and they will give the full details of the game, not just one, or two words.
Tanya Rivera talks with tech and gaming experts from USA Today about the three games parents should make sure their kids are not playing, tonight on WFMY News 2 at 11:00 p.m.