5 misconceptions about video games, debunked

No, they don't make you violent and they're not only for loners... Here are 5 misconceptions of video games, debunked.

15/09/2020 23:59


  • Carol S.
    19/09/2020 20:30

    has such good content, why is it that Facebook doesn't give it enough reach!? I liked it an hour ago and still only 5 likes.

  • Giorgos G.
    19/09/2020 19:09

    i guess usa police officers are e sports ready

  • Isaac A.
    17/09/2020 21:49

    President Trump you are CORRECT...useless video games especially those violence games and please dont try to use those thin line because it's so clear your stupid reason,you can't play our brain ....

  • Greg G.
    16/09/2020 22:36

    White People's Thoughts...

  • Tom S.
    16/09/2020 21:17

    Always concerned about the video games influencing violence and never the violence that influences the video games.

  • Tom S.
    16/09/2020 21:14

    Always concerned about the video games that influence the violence and never the violence that influences the video games.

  • Jayne E.
    16/09/2020 12:33

    So true 👍

  • Paul P.
    16/09/2020 10:38

    Americans "I don't let me children play video games they're promote violence" also Americans "happy 14th birthday son, here's an AR-15"

  • Amanda O.
    16/09/2020 08:04

    It’s all about balance! Video games are wonderful, they teach you to play in a team, think strategically and make decisions with your friends. As long as you go to bed on time it’s all good!!

  • Jason K.
    16/09/2020 06:17

    Let's also address the fact that video games are not just for kids. If you're around the average age of 36, and you don't play games, maybe ask yourself why. Is it a preconceived idea that games are for children? Is it because you mistakenly think all games are either male power fantasies, action twitch skill games, or colorful cartoon characters romps? Is it the false notion that games are a waste of time? Is it the erroneous belief that games require huge time investments? Or is it the trepidation over something you don't really understand?

  • Stephen L.
    16/09/2020 00:03

    They make our children sheltered brats with a super expensive habits.