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One of the most debated topic is the gaming and its effects on the human beings. Specially the children and students. What do you think about that. As per myself the logical, mathematics or puzzle games helps a lot to improve the vision, thinking ability and logical thoughts so the person can see the problem with more effective and realistic way. Feel free to share your thoughts.
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#2
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Video games can be very beneficial to children, but parents need to understand the content of the game their buying and use their best judgement on if their child is mature enough for a game. I liked games growing up a lot. :3
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When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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The jury's still out on the impact of gaming on child development. Current research seems to indicate that child gamers develop good decision-making/judgement skills but don't develop their interpersonal skills well. There's also some research going on about the wider social implications of 'gaming culture' on matters such as education/school attendance, dietary habits and physical & mental wellbeing.
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(January 11, 2013 at 7:29 am)Annik Wrote: Video games can be very beneficial to children, but parents need to understand the content of the game their buying and use their best judgement on if their child is mature enough for a game. I liked games growing up a lot. :3

And these same parents need to understand that their children are probably going to play free games online that their parents won't even know about.

How does one become 'mature enough' for a game? Thinking
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Where sometimes is heard a discouraging word
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Keeps the kids quiet, that's all I know.



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#7
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Hunting Tigers with flamethrowers and handgranades.



A description of what I have been doing in the last game I bought, Far Cry 3.
Mhmmmm, how could this be usefull for me one day?
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#8
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Don't get addicted to that shit. Play casually.
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#9
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Fact is, it`s fun and thats why I play games.

I dont particulary care about whatever sideffects it may have.
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