Video Games Help You With Real Life
By Jordan Kemper
To start off, video games are really fun to play. But there are better uses too. For instance, video games is a great use of focus and strategy. Video games can also teach you the science and physics of the real world, Minecraft is a great example of this. According to minemum.com, "It's an immersive and interactive playground, where the constant challenges require the brain to work hard during every moment of the game." It teaches you survival, production, strategy, engineering, and planning. Video games also give you a great relationship between the hand-eye coordination. According to washingtonpost.com, "playing video games can improve reaction times and hand-eye coordination."
Even though focus is a great thing, too much focus and addiction to video games will drive parents in sane. According to washingtonpost.com, "I know from my own research examining both sides that my papers on video game addiction receive far more publicity than my research into the social benefits."Parents can't get the kids addiction easily away from the game. Also playing video games for a long period of time could lead to laziness or obesity. According to washingtonpost.com, "Purported negative effects such as addiction, increased aggression, and various health consequences such as obesity and repetitive strain injuries tend to get far more media coverage than the positives"
Video games are a great hobby, and study for the whole family, but it could also create laziness, addiction and obesity. gaming is a greeting if you don't abuse it.
Why People Like Video Games
Gaming is a very mental activity with lots of focus, and it makes it fun for the player because they feel like they have control over the game.
After all this discussion, I feel like i'm going to go home, sit back, relax, and play some video games.