Video Game Benefits

The way that Video Games help our everyday lives.

there are many things that you can benefit from while playing or after you play video games. it increases your reaction time and your balance. but they also can help with depth perception and the way you look at the world. such as you may want to do stuff more often to get the action and thrill of doing something. and you will probably want to get rewarded for doing that.

and this is because you are used to doing that. and it is good because you help the community and yourself by doing more stuff in a day. because you will want to get paid and this leads to more work done. and that leads to more customers and that leads to more sales and that leads to more pay and then you use that money and it helps the economy. so now you can see why video games are so helpful to our everyday lives

Complex, challenging, and ambitious, video games have come a long way since the simple arcade titles of the 1970s—and evidence is mounting that the benefits of play go well beyond entertainment and improved hand-eye coordination. In honor of Video Games Day (today), here are 15 ways games are programming better people. n our everyday lives.

bad stuff video games do in our every day lives.

but there are some. bad things that happen when you. play video games like. laziness, weakness and tiredness these all don’t help the community. but they don’t affect it too much but they can make someone crash into another car or something else. because they are tired and if they get to work and they are tired then they don’t get as much production. therefore less customers, and less customers,and therefore less money and then not as much money too spend but

the way that video games help the economy.

if you spend money it still helps the economy. witch is good for the community. but they also are weak and lazy so they need to go out and do stuff. and they wont feel this way. and they can feel stronger. and happier. in your daily routine and they

can help people. that aren’t feeling good video games. are the fun and they can take your mind off of something that is bothering you.

they can help your vision.

“Don’t sit too close to the television” used to be a common parental refrain without a lot of science to back it up. Instead, scientists are discovering games in moderation may actually improve—not strain—your vision. In one study, 10 weeks of play was associated with a greater ability to discern between different shades of gre

y. Another had participants try to play games using only their “lazy” eye, with the “good” one obscured. Those players showed significant, sometimes normalized improvement in the affected eye.

can give you a career.

there are many jobs that are coming out with positions that you might get an edge. because you do play video games over a person that doesn’t play video games, or hasn’t ever played video games. then there are people that make millions creating games and all they do is code and graphics. and the other thing they have to do is make sure they make a good game. and this is dependent on the amount of money they make off of that game.

you’ll make faster decisions.

We all know someone who seems to have a faster CPU than the rest of us, able to retrieve information or react in a split second. For some, that ability might be strengthened through gaming. Because new information is constantly being displayed during play, players are forced to adapt quickly. In one study, players who were immersed in fast-paced games were 25 percent faster in reacting to questions about an image they had just seen compared to non-players.

THEY CAN HELP ADDRESS AUTISM.

Gamers using systems that incorporate the entire body to control onscreen movement have been shown to be more engaged in celebrating victories with their peers, which runs counter to the lack of communication people with autism sometimes present. A study also showed that sharing space with multiple players can also lead to increased social interaction for those with the disorder.

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