It's a football Sunday, and between NFL matchups on television, Tyson Cole-Hines and his 9-year-old stepson create their own drama on the field with a video game on their Xbox 360.
"What we're really starting to see is a cohort of fathers who grew up with the games," says Amanda Lenhart of the Pew Internet and American Life Project. "The dads who grew up with Pac-Man and Sega are now in their 30s or even in their 40s."
A Pew poll last year showed that about two-thirds of fathers take part in their children's gaming -- sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. By comparison, 49 percent of mothers do. Read More