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  • The Pros And Cons Of Video Game Genre

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    change, find out next time in the next installment of the never changing genre. When comparing video game genres, mature fans of video games should pick up the far superior Role Playing Genre over the measly oversaturated platformers genres; for the far superior RPG’s

  • Types of Gamers

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    Video games have become one of the largest forms of entertainment within the last decade or two. People of all ages play these games to get out of the boring reality of things and experience the thrill of fantasy, combat, or adventure. But what kind of games gives you the experience you want? Some may want to control one person, a great being on a quest to restore his or her torn land, wielding great powers and becoming enveloped in a great story. Others may want to control a million persons, on

  • Video Games

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    Although video games in North America have recovered from the North American video game crash of 1983, a massive recession of the video game industry that ended in 1985, some don’t know very much about video games. An important thing to know about video games is the amount of genres available. When purchasing a video game you have seven genres to choose from; action, action-adventure, adventure, role-playing, simulation, strategy, and sports. If you want to test your reflexes, action games may be the

  • Movie Review : Video Games

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    Pixels is a new movie in the genre of science fiction-action-comedy or games to movies genera. But like many of the movies beforehand in this minor genera of movies it stunk getting hammer with bad review and horrid scores, a good synopsis of why this movie was even created can be found in Roy Graham review of the movie this movies Pixels from this review it can be seen that Roy Graham knows a lot about 2 things 1 is movies the other is video games so from this interesting perspective we can see

  • Exploring Different Types of Video Games

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    Video games in today’s society have become very popular. Every new game that comes out to be played and conquered by the average gamer has its own category. There are several other types of genres of games that people play but because of big hit titles and the new popular game systems like the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, people become more interested in a game that is well known than a game they have never even heard of before. Every game has its own storyline and own way of how it unfolds and where

  • Negative Effects Of Video Games

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    Whether playing video games can improve a person’s mind, or not, has been a topic of debate for decades. From parents to teachers to reporters, it seems like everyone has their own opinion on the matter. Even scientists are unable to come to a final consensus on the matter despite several studies being conducted on the effects that video games have on a person’s mind. This fact is evident in the article Brains on Video Games which illustrates several different scientific views on the matter. According

  • How the Brain Can Benefit from the Use of Video Games

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    Video games are played and enjoyed by people of all ages. They are especially educational and offer an interesting method of teaching people in an engaging way. Because of its increasing didactic methods of getting people to expand their thinking and cognitive processes, video games are exceptionally useful to the brain. The foremost reason video games can help the human brain is their ability to increase cognitive flexibility. Several studies have shown how different parts of the brain are stimulated

  • The Importance Of Teamwork In Online Games

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    In massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs), teamwork and collaboration is essential in order to progress in the game. Children with autism have a difficult time understanding social cues on how to cooperatively work with others. MMOGs allow each player to specifically focus on a single task that can help influence the tide of battle. By contributing each player’s ability to perform a task, the children are able to repeatedly apply and understand the concept of teamwork. In “Learning Outcomes

  • Violance in Video Games

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    to the bad effects of video games. A scientific survey (Anderson & Bushman, 2001) has found a connection between aggressive behaviors and playing violent games where more the children play violent games, more tend be aggressive in behavior. Not only that but also they are more likely to have aggressive feelings and thoughts plus diminished aiding. It is said that the impact of playing violent games in children is compounded by the intuitive/interactive nature of the games. Children are remunerated

  • Gaming: Video Games

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    that video games change people and mislead them to do bad things, such as drugs and alcohol, but it is the opposite. Gaming prevents people from such acts and actually helps to keep them away from the substances. Lots of people, mainly parents, believe that video games harm people so they try to keep their children away from them. In reality, video games make your life better. Video games can provide many benefits to your lifestyle as “numerous academic studies indicate that playing video games