Video games encourage split second decisions which increase your reflex skills.There are such games such as Don’t Step on the White Tile that enhances reflexes.The object of this game is to step on black tiles and try to avoid white tiles. As you press a black tile the screen moves up, and you have to continue to press black tiles as it moves up. Games like these prove that video games are good.
Many people believe that the only way for kids to read is by books. Why not video games? Many video games contain a storyline. Such storylines could be a character stopping an enemy from destroying the world. In other cases there are different missions you have to go on. There are stories behind each mission. All video games come with instructions on what buttons do what. Kids would have to read the instructions to know how to play. If you thought that the only way to get kids to read were books, think again.
Lastly, video games teach hand-eye coordination. Each controller is different, so on some game systems, you would have to physically move the controller for the character to move or something else. Other game systems have buttons and control pads that make the characters move. These types of controllers help with hand-eye coordination the most because kids have to press buttons and move controller sticks in order for the character to move, jump, shoot, etc.
Do you think that video games are good or bad? This question has come up many times. Video games have their ups and downs.They increase reflex time, which is important in daily life. Some games force kids to read, or they teach kids hand-eye coordination. RPG games will also help people understand about the danger and daily life of people all around the world. There are many more ways that these great games are essential and important in everyday life and learning.