How playing games helps a person in life
The idea of spending time playing games ever sense games took place in life has both been encouraged and discouraged by parents. What could someone possibly have against a hobby that legally puts a smile on someone’s face? Why do some parents find it to simply be a waste of time while others find it as a beneficial activity for their children? In the following paragraphs I will state how that playing games can have both positive and negative effects in a person’s life.
According to researchers playing games helps increase focus and concentration, and it has also been proven to help improve eyesight and motor skills most people would say that reading a book would help focus and concentration but now a days most teenagers and sometimes adults would rather play games then pick up a book and read through it, games can also contain many sophisticated English and correct grammar structural sentences, when one person is addicted to a specific game he tends to put all of his time and energy into beating the game thus allowing him to put more focus into what he is doing, this same person can also put that same focus and energy in doing other useful things in life, games also provides more jobs and improve the economy when a game is sold in the US is sold globally.
As you know many gaming companies now a days use ratings to help determine which individual can certain games, ratings include (rated M for mature, rated R for adults etc.). parents usually buy games no matter what rating they have for their children no matter how old their children are, most rated R games contain explicit content that would give children certain ideas and may horrify them as well, these explicit content includes verbal violence blood and gore and sexual abuse, this doesn’t determine whether games are bad or good but people should look at the ratings before buying it for their children because games are for...