Playing video games can make people crazy?

Dec 6, 2017
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Have you imagined yourself playing video games while at school? My classmate can't focus to study at school because he's always imagining himself playing video games. He's always telling me that he can't understand the lessons he wants to go home right away just to play games. He's kind of crazy he opens his mouth and telling again that he wants to play video games. I told him, "What have you done to yourself?" and he's just laughing.

Are you still in the right frame of mind even you're addicted to play video games? Hahaha
 
Dec 2, 2017
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Honestly, I do sometimes have this kind of imaginations, like I would imagine being the star in the game and fight all the bad guys but that was when I was on my younger age. Young kids imagining themselves on a game is somewhat normal for me, it's like every kids wanting to be Superman someday.
 
Dec 19, 2017
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For me yes. There are people who really take games as part of their lives. There are news of killings because of online games. We should atleast limit or control our game addiction.
 
Oct 29, 2017
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People who want censorship might claim there is some connection, but I would say that for a lot of kids and adults it wouldn't be the case. I mean, it depends on how you were raised, your environment. etc.. Do you we really want to ban fun - because some people can't handle it?
 

Anachiwo

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The truth is that if you get so hooked up with playing games while still in school, and you happen to be the type that doesn't have self control, there is always a good chance that you will be distracted very much from your studies.

I had an experience during my time in the university, my poison happens to be playing life football soccer myself. Anywhere and anytime I hear the drop of football, I would practically abandon my studies and go play. There was a day I even played which was our exam day and I didn't finish reading my books. It's quite crazy.
 

Anachiwo

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For me yes. There are people who really take games as part of their lives. There are news of killings because of online games. We should atleast limit or control our game addiction.
I totally agree with you on this, just like I pointed out before about controlling what one do or get involved in, it's very important to have self control over what takes our time and attention because the moment we lose that, we are literally animals.
 
Nov 27, 2017
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yes of course especially if the games are very enjoying and really addictive. I always do it whenever I was at a younger age before. I find it very addictive and cannot concentrate well in school but instead just concentrating of the gaming experience. Until now I used to play it sometimes.
 
Dec 6, 2017
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For me yes. There are people who really take games as part of their lives. There are news of killings because of online games. We should atleast limit or control our game addiction.
That's kind of scary they shouldn't do killings because of video games. I guess they have mental problems and should be treated right away to avoid any complications. I agree that playing video games has a limitation. Social interaction is very much important to know what reality is and what's not.
 
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Yes for some gamers who do not set a limitation.The thing is that they let the games to take control of their life instead of them controlling it.There is always a danger in everything but setting limitations in playing video games is the best way to avoid this to happen to anyone.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Some studies have concluded that video games do not really cause aggressive behavior-like playing 4 hours of Call of Duty, and you might feel pumped up, but you really are not going to go out and mug somebody on the streets. The facts are, that most people that play even the most violent video games, do not become violent in real life after playing-and really it seems like they are taking their aggressions out in the video game-so I do actually see that it could prevent aggression and be a good place to channel your aggression, by playing these games ?
 
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Playing video game give us happiness and enjoyment. Many of us are playing video games to relax and to have fun when we have free time.I also play video games when I have free time, it is one of my way to relax. And for me video games make people crazy, but in a good way. Video games, improve our coordination, problem-solving skills and it enhances our memory, many people who don't play video games always say when they saw two gamer talking about new strategies on the game they are playing that they are crazy because they didn't know how to be a gamer.
 
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felboy29

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As to what i'm always saying the word " To each of his own" we have our own limits and capabilities. For myself, i can play all day on weekends, and a little bit in weekdays. You just have to limit yourself. At some point what makes people crazy is by spending almost all of their money in to games, which is very unhealthy.
 
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Yeah, it is possible for someone to go crazy after playing some of these video games. This usually happens when an individual has played the video games for an entirely long period of time in that he gets addicted.
 
Dec 6, 2017
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[QUOTE="felboy29, post: 2197, member: 116". You just have to limit yourself. At some point what makes people crazy is by spending almost all of their money in to games, which is very unhealthy.[/QUOTE]
I totally agree with you, games should have limitations. Others are willing to spend some money to a point that they are going to purchase coins for thousands just to make their characters got stronger. Crazy right but it's their money anyway,
 
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Honestly, I do sometimes have this kind of imaginations, like I would imagine being the star in the game and fight all the bad guys but that was when I was on my younger age. Young kids imagining themselves on a game is somewhat normal for me, it's like every kids wanting to be Superman someday.
Yes, that's true. After playing a great game, this can affect to our brain to react and imagine different activities happened in the game. It's like making the game to your world or making it to the reality. I also agree to you that kids have very imaginative mind and we all know that because we experience being a kid.
 
Oct 29, 2017
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More on making us sharper than ever. I want to call myself a strategist because of the strategy that I can make while playing a game and makes my mind think faster than ever. Playing games can't make you crazy. Yes, you can't help showing your emotion whenever you died in the game but you can't call that crazy because you're just showing your affection and your dedication to the game.That's how playing Final Fantasy VII on Android will definitely make you more active and sharp. I truly love this game. I've played Final Fantasy on PSP before, now I'm still playing it on my Android device which is awesome.
 
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Video games came with its own advantages and disadvantages just like all other inventions.

Video games can make some people mad, some don't concentrate about their lives, it has made some completely lazy and they can't take of themselves since they can't face reality.

Video games has also made people change their mindset, there are some games that have pushed people into killing because the gamer wanted to live the video games life, one thing I will like to point out is that gamers who acts all crazy have gone too far. Playing video games and then immitating it is a matter of mind set, there are other people around who play video games a lot but don't start acting all crazy, this set of people but still they maintain their composure. People who have gone crazy because of video games do not listen their consciousness.
 
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Video games can make some people mad, some don't concentrate about their lives, it has made some completely lazy and they can't take of themselves since they can't face reality.
Some religious fundamentalists feel games are like drugs - in that, to them, they are causing people to avoid a harsh world, one they'd have to face if they didn't live in dreamland. Well, anyway. of course, I disagree with all this. I don't see anything wrong with fantasy - as long as it isn't leading to the abuse of other people or one's self (health).

However, though, the Catholic faith, not saying I am Catholic but just using an example, believes failing to take action is a sin. In other words, a person playing video games all day but not bothering people - is abusing others - because they aren't making a spiritual effort.

Some studies have concluded that video games do not really cause aggressive behavior-like playing 4 hours of Call of Duty, and you might feel pumped up, but you really are not going to go out and mug somebody on the streets. The facts are, that most people that play even the most violent video games, do not become violent in real life after playing-and really it seems like they are taking their aggressions out in the video game-so I do actually see that it could prevent aggression and be a good place to channel your aggression, by playing these games ?
I'd say a better way to take out aggression is by working out and jogging, but I'm not saying playing video games is necessarily bad - only it's not a good way to take out aggression.
 
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I have seen some of the people go crazy. And that can be seriously bad in such case. You can see that making things through video games does not always working out. So people should stop chasing video games for their depression and other mental issues. I think that should settle things up.
 
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