Where is the benefit to having that game in your household?
Harry also chastised video games, including "Fortnite". He went so far so to say he thinks the game shouldn't be allowed in the United Kingdom, where his family lives in a handful of lavish palaces, castles, and estates.
Harry told the mental health experts that he felt parents didn't know what to do next, that they were backed into a corner and "It's like waiting for the damage to be done".
"Social media is more addictive than drugs and alcohol, yet it's more unsafe because it's normalized and there are no restrictions to it", said Harry, 34, according to the United Kingdom publication The Independent.
So will Meghan and Harry avoid that big press call?
They set up their own Instagram on Tuesday and have already racked up millions of followers after sharing three posts.
An Instagram user with the username "sussexroyal" - the new account belonging to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - said he had his name changed without his knowledge so that English royalty could use it instead.
Meanwhile, the most-followed Instagram account in the world is now Instagram itself, followed by footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.
"There continues to be huge progress in smashing the stigma that surrounds mental health, but let's keep normalizing the conversation".
The second post also included several photos, taken of Prince Harry at an official engagement at a YMCA centre in London.