Found my little brothers old Nintendo Ds. No better way to Introduce my 2 year old son to gaming than Mario Kart. 🏎💨

Found my little brothers old Nintendo Ds. No better way to Introduce my 2 year old son to gaming than Mario Kart. 🏎💨



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14 thoughts on “Found my little brothers old Nintendo Ds. No better way to Introduce my 2 year old son to gaming than Mario Kart. 🏎💨”

  1. I probably will introduce my kids to gaming with their own gaming-PC, I get them one when they get 4 or 5 or sth like that, if they want to play Mario Kart or stuff like that I teach them how to use emulators
    And why am I getting downvoted this time?

  2. I did this with my son, found my old DS lite when he was about 2/3 – now he’s 6, and a Pikachu 3DS and Nintendo Switch later but he still likes playing the old DS titles that he started on.

    Got the Xbox GamePass for him (and me) and he’s got really into the Lego titles, loves the Crash and Spyro Remakes on PS4 too. Such a great feeling having videogames to bond over. Spent the last year collecting Disney Infinity figures together, he loves that game!

  3. My almost 4yo has started playing Banjo Kazooie on the Xbox from the collection Rare Replay. I tried my hardest to keep my old consoles for my kids but my SNES died and I was desprit for cash at one point for bills and sold my N64 with all my games. It’s awesome you can play alot of the old greats on the new consoles, especially the Swtich

  4. Yeah well that’s fair they still get to play the games! And no doubt alot of them so it’s actually a pretty good idea

  5. I do the same thing with mario kart 8 on the switch with my 2 yr old son…it has auto acceleration, smart driving that moves u away from crashing into walls and tilt motion to turn…he loves it and now knows mario as a house hold name…..i also let him run around on super mario sunshine

  6. Do you let him use an iPad? I find it interesting he has the system on a table and is using his pointer fingers rather than holding it which I’d assume is what most of use would do naturally

  7. As a father of an almost 3 year old the only thing I can advise is to wait. There is way more appropriate, unplugged “gaming”. The only problem might be that parents would really have to interact with their children and can’t just put them in front of a screen.

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