But is it the games to blame for how people act or behave around people or by themselves?
These addictive games make us enjoy seeing blood on the screen, and they make virtual violence a constant part of our lives. criminals, Star Wars gamesâ€¦ the list of activities that involved shooting and fighting is endless.The rougher the game is â€“ the more fun they have.Thus, the gamers are more inclined to verbal aggression and brutal behavior.The study showed that the participants who played violent video games for just 20 minutes became less physically aroused by real violence.In the experiment, the non-action gamers had lower perceptual learning performance when compared to the action-gamers.The researchers found that action video games boosted faster and better performance in perceptual learning tasks.On the other hand, research shows that video gaming can have positive effects upon the development of the brain and it can improve the eye-hand coordination, multitasking skills, focus, and decision-making processes.According to a study published in 2007 by the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, violent video games awaken a state of irritation.Children have always been playing games related to violence. Boys no longer want a new plastic gun for birthday; they want a new video game that involves killing more virtual characters. Nevertheless, violence in children's playing time was brought to a whole new level when video games got into the picture.