1. Jesse McMilin Jesse McMilin United States says:

    Everything in the article is definitely true. Excessive video games can certainly be a problem. However, it might not always be the video games that are causing the problems. Often, it could be the problems in real life that draw people to gaming. A good question to ask would be "Why do Kids Play Video Games?" It's very likely that, since everything in the real world seems hopeless, kids want to make video games their life. The protagonists in video games are most often epic heroes. Why face the real, cruel world when you can be a hero in another? Once kids start finding social satisfaction from the games, which is a strange concept but quite possible, they ignore their actual social life. This is just a hypothesis. I have no evidence.

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