i have a PS1, but prefer driving games. i have a wwf game but cannot get the hang of it. i also have resident evil (probably not for the kiddies) which i cant understand either. i like the shoot 'em up bits, but hate it when you kill all the zombies and still cant find your way out of the stage. and that is stage one for me.
back to the point, ebay should be a good start for games. check the sellers rating. it is displayed as a number in brackets after their userid, eg rsgerry (21). bby clicking on the '(21)', i brings up comments made by other ebay users. if someone has lots of positive comments, then you should have no problems. it may pay to check with the seller also if the games are the bali games. if so, your console will need a special chip to allow the game to be played.
as for which games, i would say to use your discretion as you would with the tv. the games come with ratings, G, PG, M, MA, so whatever you let your kids watch on telly would probably apply to the games. as a suggestion, generally the sport games are G rated. resident evil is MA rated and contains graphic violence.
You wash your car like it was your firstborn child, you tend to its needs like it was your own body, you protect it like it's your family, then you drive it like you stole it.
Weapons of rice destruction
2002 Ford Falcon AU3 XR6
1985 Ford Sierra XR4i
1980 Ford Escort RS2000