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Dad Puts His One Year Old In Every Video Game Ever

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Ben Stirling is a Game Development producer at Guru Studio in Toronto Canada. He also has a little boy who just turned one year old. I can relate. My son also turned one year old last week. I bought my son a little mini drumkit, but Ben's present was way cooler — he placed his son in all of the video games!

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For example, Mario Kart where he — of course — placed first.

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I don't know how he made it into Left 4 Dead. This is some seriously irresponsible parenting here. THERE ARE ZOMBIES EVERYWHERE!

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Ah… LittleBigPlanet. That's a bit more suitable.

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DEAR GOD ALMIGHTY — WHY IS HE FIGHTING LOCUSTS?

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How can a child survive in the harsh climate of Skyrim. There's snow everywhere — put some clothes on this guy!

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Portal is cool though. A nice, sterile safe environment for a child. I wonder if GlaDOS is up for running a daycare service. SIGN ME UP.

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But yeah, the Mass Effect one is my favourite. I can relate to this level of communication.

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Okay, I think that's enough cute for one day. Forgive me. I am a father now, I'm susceptible to this kind of stuff now!

Via Attempted Artistry!


This post originally on Kotaku Australia, where Mark Serrels is the Editor. You can follow him onTwitter if you're into that sort of thing.

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