From games like Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto and BattleField to Minecraft, World of Warcraft and Clash of Clans, Computers to Xbox and PlayStation to your ordinary iPod. Playing these games and on these consoles is referred to gaming and is well known across all nations. Gaming can help you prepare for the real world and shows how bad life can be for some and will get you ready for the worst, plus once you beat your friends high score on Flappy Bird you will be the next hot topic to talk about.
Gaming is an amazing thing to do and once you’ve completed a campaign from any game it gives you the emotion to want to complete another. Gaming is so cool that you could become famous and throughout our country and all surrounding countries you will be the next big thing. Hey! You may even become the next PewDiePie!
Hand-eye coordination, good reflexes, fast reaction time and great decision-making skills is what you will learn from just completing a campaign and achieving objectives. By playing a COD: Black Ops 2 Zombies or a Battlefield Multiplayer match will at least improve your hand-eye coordination and speed up your reactions. Another wonderful thing is that gaming has no age limits and kids as young as 13 begin to game.
To those who don’t think gaming is social (Mr. Munro) IT IS! Their is such thing as a multiplayer menu in most games where you can interact with other gamers from across the world. Most gamers are a little ‘rude’ at first but once you’re used to it, it becomes easy to socialize. I personally have made a lot of friends online and enemies and it really does improve my socializing skills and humour.