Top 7 Video Games You Can Play With Your Kids

Video games. Once thought to be the past time of slackers and unmotivated adults, video games have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. The advent of consoles like PS4 and Xbox 360 have elevated games to an entirely different, immersive level. They’ve also allowed the experience of games to become a social one, and it’s a great way to spend a quiet afternoon with your kids. Take a look with Payflex at our top 7 picks for the best video games to play with your kids.

PS4 Video Games

1. Aliens: Fireteam Elite

Even if you haven’t seen the iconic movies, you’re sure to recognise the familiar, terrifying shape of the Xenomorph and sure to have a wild ride playing Aliens! Create your own battle team, select your weapons and prepare to meet your destiny in the ultimate game of survival, where humans are no longer at the top of the food chain. Good luck!

Aliens: Fireteam Elite – R549.00

2. Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance Day One Edition

Dungeons & Dragons is a classic epic fantasy game, enriched even more by video game format. Frost giants and powerful dragons roam as dark armies are gathering for war. Four friends must put their skills and abilities to the test and prevent the world of Icewind Dale from being eclipsed by total darkness.

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance Day One Edition – R569.00

3. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid

For slightly younger kids, Power Rangers is a family-friendly game that will still keep them engaged and entertained. Choose your favourite rangers and battle familiar foes against the backdrop of Angel Grove town.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid – R329.00

4. Spirit: Lucky’s Big Adventure

If you have little ones and would prefer to keep them away from playing the darker games, Spirit: Lucky’s Big Adventure is the perfect alternative. Follow Lucky’s treasure map on a quest across the open plains in search of the treasure of Miradero.

Spirit: Lucky’s Big Adventure – R799.00

Xbox 360 Video Games

5. Call of Duty: World at War

Here’s your chance to be a soldier on the frontlines of World War 2 in Call of Duty: World at War.  Take a journey back in time to when the world was thrown into the chaos of the second world war. Put yourself to the ultimate test in a series of harrowing and cinematic battles that draw you in and test what you’re made of!

Call of Duty: World at War – R645.00

6. Assassin’s Creed II

Assassin’s Creed returns in top form in this second instalment in the franchise. A twisted tale of betrayal, vengence, intrigue and family set in Renaissance Italy, Assassin’s Creed 2 does not disappoint. Join Ezio as he learns the art of becoming a master assassin on the hunt for revenge against the shadowy organisation responsible for his father’s death.

Assassin’s Creed II – R319.00

7. F1 Race Stars

If you’ve ever had daydreams of being a formula one racer in the back of your mind, this is the perfect game for you! What it lacks in overly complex visuals, it makes up in endless fun and enjoyment. The best part? It’s fun for the whole family! F1 Race Stars offers 2-player and 4-player split screens, as well as 12 player tournaments.

F1 Race Stars – R611.00


Which of these video games do you want to play with your kids? With Payflex, you can play them all. Simply select the Payflex option at check-out and pay in 4 interest-free instalments over 6 weeks. Enjoy all the fun right now without having to wait!