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What leads people of all ages to excessively play video and computer games The answers lay not with the scientists or researchers but with the gamers themselves The scientists and researchers lack a very important trait to asses the causes excessive video game play The causes that lead people to play games range from fascination of the game to simply boredom People tend to question why do they waste time with those stupid games to that my cousin has this to say I play video games because they let me be something that I cant be in real life Many people agree with this statement mainly because they like to put themselves in the action They are in control of the actions that the character or characters take part in In addition the gamers are not putting themselves in any visible danger They just sit back and allow the character to die for their amusement which in turn gives them a sense of godly power They tend not to care if they make a mistake mainly as a result of that they do not get penalized for their mistakes This leads to the experimentation of different possible solutions In this way the player is in control of every aspect of the situation without ever budging a muscle Parents always get frustrated when their children seem to waste time in front of the television or computer screen Although as a gamer myself I do not agree with this we as students and active members in the community work hard all week long When we arrive home we are asked to do many things for adults these range from fixing something in the house to caring for younger siblings For teens it can be summarized in one simple word chores When the weekend comes the only thing thats usually on a teenagers mind is to relax and to get some quality time for themselves When the parents
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