I'm a 22 year old who enjoys playing video games. Should a grown person be doing this? Well that depends on you. I know where I stand so it doesn't bother me. Like for 1, God is head of my life and my families life. Second my family comes before games. My education comes before games. I take care of what's needed first but once I'm done and relaxing I will game or watch tv or read a book. I'm a iPhone and PS4 gamer.
Honestly we can learn from several video games. Two in mind are Lumosity and Elevate. They are both brain training apps. The games it has on the app tests your brain speed, memory, alertness and more. You know attention to detail. Shoot some games on the AppStore are very convenient. Like anyone who loves chess or checkers or any of those computer games people played years ago such as solitaire, spider, pinball and minesweeper. Minesweeper is a simple game that just passes time but at the same time enjoyable.
Now if video games interferes with behavior habits or lack of interest in personal hygiene or causes you to not give a flying fart about anything then you're addicted. Mobile gaming is bigger then ever nowadays. I'm not an expert on gaming but it sure is fun. One of my favorite games for iOS would be GTA: SA. This game on runs smooth on newer smartphones. Another one I liked years ago was Call of Duty Zombies. That hasn't be updated since 2010
by Kiki 10129 months ago
I understand everyone needs a hobby or a past time, but should our adult males be playing video games more than our kids!! I have an older brother, he doesn't have any kids, yet instead of doing something...
by EpicNoob7 years ago
I figured I'd ask this question in response to the increasing popularity of video games in today's society. I guess the most prevalent software that is globally known is the Wii - a console which has wangled its way...
by Mark Passarelli5 years ago
I spend quite a bit and I was wondering if I was above or below average xD
by FunabashiJ6 years ago
Whether it's on a scale from one to ten or a measure of your own, how important (or unimportant) are video games to your life? On a similar topic, are other media outlets such as movies or TV important to you?
by ibescience4 years ago
How much time should teens in high school spend playing video games? On one hand, it is comforting to know that my son and his friends are right there in my basement playing "Assasin's Creed". ...
by DON CORLEONE7 years ago
They answer is yes i love video games but guest what it here and its staying the military use all type of video games to train military personal video games are technonlogy its complex and it can learn you alot if you...
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