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  • Video Games

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    Video Game Effects Around sixty-seven percent of U.S. households play video games and average almost eight hours of weekly playing time. The video game industry has grown tremendously over the past decade. Thanks to new technological advances, millions of people play video games on their phones, tablets, computers, and gaming consoles. Most of the people who play video games are adults, but younger children and teenagers are being introduced to gaming. The effects that video games have on children

  • Video Games

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    male, people have blamed video games. They say that video games make people violent. But that isn’t true. Video games may make people violent while playing them but that violence never leads any further than yelling at the television screen. Video games should not be put down. In fact video games help people better their motor skills, the military uses video games for training exercises, and a lot of people use video games to relieve stress. A lot of people view video games as being bad and say that

  • Video games

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    censorship would impact the videogame industry tremendously. During the past years there has been the first ever videogame court case called Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association, trying to pass a law against selling or renting violent games to minors (Scholssman, Para 1). This case has been going on for several years and has recently escalated all the way to the Supreme Court. The morning of November 2, 2010, the United States Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments for this case

  • Video Games and Violent Video Games' Effect

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    A video game is “an electronic game in which players control images on a television or computer screen” (Merriam-Webster). Video games have been entertaining and challenging gamers since the Game Boy to modern console games. Despite the simplicity of the definition of video games, a video game, especially ones containing violence can have a large effect on the gamer. Because of the realism and advancements in the video game industry, video games can influence the player, and can make the gamer more

  • Video Games

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    Introduction: Video games are a prime source of entertainment for teens in today’s world. These games are progressing every year, and as technology gets better so do the games, with more realistic sound effects, graphics and story lines. This trend is bringing the industry to produce more games than before. These games are becoming more realistic and violent. In recent years the production of video games centered around violence has increased with the release of games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

  • Video Games

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    This review is an experimental study on the way playing video games, against watching violent video games, effects children’s aggressive behavior. This study was conducted by Utrecht University students, in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The research conducted, and article written was by Hanneke Polman, Bram Orobio de Castro, and Marcel A.G van Aken, and copy-written in year 2008. The hypothesis behind this article is how does playing a violent video, rather than just watching one, affect a child’s aggressive

  • Video Games

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    people knew about video games and how to play them. Since first video game was made in 1947. At that time no one was interested in these things. But nowadays, video games have become more popular than any time before. Not only young adults or teenegers have become addicted to video games, it is possible that older people also have been hooked . For this reason, this topic be worthy of doing an research about it.The specific motive of this research to detect whether video games have impact on players

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    The Effects of Video Games on the Body In households with children, sixty seven percent of them own a video game system. The game industry’s worldwide video game annual sales reached over 25 billion at the end of 2004. So the concern for the health of video game players is increasing. Video games have many different effects on the health of people. Some experiments have found video games to have a dramatic effect, while other experiments have found them to have little or no effect at all. While some

  • Video Games

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    Introduction A video game is an electronic game that uses additional means to generate a feedback from the player. Video games have become an essential means of entertainment. Today's games are becoming more realistic and technologically advanced. Moreover, social networking has made its way into the video game industry with online gaming. Most parents get rid of the burden of organizing their children’s leisure time by giving them a playstation or a computer to play with. This is mostly due to the

  • Video Games

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    changed society individually and mentally for the reality for the future. However, technology has change entertainment in the manner of video games. Development to create games has been a phenomenal. Making beautiful digital graphics, wonderful story-lines, and human graphic characters that can talk to an individual through certain scenarios. Although video games are a great revolution for the future it has brought negative influence upon people of all ages in high problems leading into transition