Critical GamingHow playing Video Games Improve Motor Skills
for more than 30 years, Video games have been a source of entertainment for all ages.
But What most people do not know is that video games can improve the brain's motor skills, giving better reflexes and response.
in the recent years, studies have shown that video games improve the body's coordination and movement.
Certain video games also promote critical thinking by giving the player certain choices to make. The player must evaluate what the best choice is and accept the consequences of making that choice.
there are Multiple video games require the players to physically move their body, not just their hands.
Research also proved that doctors who used video games before an operation had a faster and more precise operation, as opposed to those who did not use video games, proving that video games benefit motor skills.
So in the modern world, Video games are not only a form of entertainment, but also a way to improve the body's motor skills.
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