Are Games good ?

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by RaderH2O, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. RaderH2O

    RaderH2O New Member

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  2. zedph123

    zedph123 New Member

    Yes, Video Games are Good...for Your Mind and Body. Believe it not, scientific research confirms video games are good for you (video games are sports, after all). ... But yes, real research from credible sources has shown that playing video games actually does have health benefits both for the brain and the body
     
  3. Shuby415

    Shuby415 New Member

    Video games can be good for you but in moderation. You have make sure you have a balanced lifestyle. You have to make your things social life, work, school or any responsibilities you might have taken care.
     
  4. Chubalina

    Chubalina New Member

    Yes, games are good. For one, they help reduce stress, which helps a person release their negative emotions. You thus become more mentally healthy.
    Second, games help develop some skills like reaction times, decision making, and hand-eye coordination.
    However, like all things, games have to be played in moderation. Otherwise, they will start to have negative effects.
     
  5. Alkmendo

    Alkmendo New Member

    I see call of duty and gata v and pbgy
     
  6. nyates

    nyates New Member

    Good or bad? You get to decide. I do know that my brother played a lot of Link and Mario Bros growing up. Playing games improved his hand-eye coordination, logic and planning skills. Now that he has grown, he's an air traffic controller; which is a grown-up video game. He may not be anticipating his next move in the game, but he is anticipating incoming planes and the people's lives that are at stake should they collide. Gaming was good for him. I do think moderation and life balance should be considered. Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. In my brother's job, it's a requirement to take a lot of breaks due to stress. Perhaps any age of gamer should do the same? You know your perfect balance if you listen to your body. "To game or not to game?" What if we changed that question to: "What's your gaming number?" (referring to time frame balance)
     

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