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With the new advances in technology gaming has become a more real world for many gamers that want to spend their days on the battlefields on Call of Duty the space worlds of Halo or even the infinite worlds of Minecraft Whichever game that they choose many gamers choose to spend their days in the virtual world than in real life Some gamers would rather be playing a game than actually being with real people They get carried away with the game that they begin to only want to play and miss out on the things that people would normally get to live such as sports relationships parties and events You would not be able to live these out all because you have a need to play a game that you will feel as if you need to play in order to feel normal Many gamers that feel this way are the people that are normally excluded from these events in the real world which makes them feel that they can only be happy when they play video games Excessive gaming can lead to unhealthy lives If all you do is game all day you will become very sick because you will not be eating well enough you will not be taking showers enough will not be sleeping well enough if at all and will not be spending time with those closest to you Gaming is great and all but it is something you should do here and there and not all day Digital Nation 2010 showed us all the effects of excessive gaming and there were some stories that really showed me why playing video games for an dramatic period of time was not just bad for your eyes but bad for your personality your social life and your health They showed a boy that would not even look up from his laptop because he was so into what he doing on there His
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