No, there are a couple studies that claim there are links, but quite a few of those have been paid for by politicians with an agenda. There have been far more studies to show that as long as there is parental involvement and restraint video games are actually good for both the child and the family dynamic.
Children who play action (such as war or fighting) games have been shown to be able to make decisions 25% faster without accuracy being impacted. They've also tested 23 % higher in creative testing.
On top of that it has also been shown that playing video games can increase IQ. Gaming stimulates growth of new neurons and connectivity in the parts of the brain responsible for fine motor skills and memory formation. Video gaming has time and time again been proven effective in many parts of the brain and for many illnesses including many mental disorders and Autism.
The few studies who find bad in video gaming refuse to acknowledge parental involvement, which is the key to anything when it comes to kids. With the right parental influence the evidence time and time again shows that video games are a good thing for kids. We should all be playing with the amount of evidence showing how good it is. It's like exercise for the brain.