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In this day and age video games are a big part of the entertainment industry Video games provide hours of amusement exploring worlds we will never see or ever step foot in saving the world from aliens or demons and shooting young teens in the face over online gameplay Video games do bring up concerns to parents and other groups of people that video games are a waste of time and not educational parents and people in general can be wrong about this point of view Video games are a normal part of a childs childhood and can teach them certain things and improve certain skills as well Always in a video game you need a strategy to win the objective that is at hand it can provide a good challenge and makes the child wanting to play more You may be thinking what does this have to do with anything well from the provided example this can increase your childs skills in dealing with real life situations that needs quick thinking and fast acting improving the childs mental ability on making decisionsA good example is RTS games Real Time Strategy which makes you a commander of an army building them up and to divide and conquer with this this genre of video games you need fast decision making or you will be brutally whipped out in a matter of seconds Video games also have been proven to increase hand-eye coordination which can be a useful perk to have With video games having the ability to play online with others this can increase cooperative skills and communication towards others like telling them where to go where a certain weapon of mass destruction is on the playing field or to kill the asshole who keeps sniping you from the other end of the map The video game industry is booming game companies do have focus on games that are educational for anyone Nintendo is one of
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