Ahnaf Tajwar 5-20-13 Class 804 Literacy iBook (Draft)
Millions of people play videogames around the world. As we enter the 21st Century, video games are becoming more popular each and every day. People of all ages can and do enjoy video games as a way to spend their free-time. The issue with video games in the market is that they are becoming too violent in some people's minds. The thing that makes these video games violent is the graphical scenes, gameplay, and strong language. There are many types of games that affect the brain in different ways. 3D games are generally more popular, more addicting, and more violent. The more life-like the games are, the more interesting the violence becomes.
There are certain games in the video game world that can increase a person’s aggression. Violent games like Doom, Wolfenstein 3D or Mortal Kombat are a perfect example of older games that changed the way video games were viewed as. Like other games in its genre, the images are near life like and the violence is graphic. The more life like they’ve become the more interest there has been in the correlation between violent games and violent behavior. Halo lovers point to the high-level graphics and sound, saying it’s like starring in your own movie. Gamers say the addictive nature of these games come not just from the variety of gameplay, but from every changing nature of game. Some people’s responses are naturally more hostile, making them pre disposed to respond more aggressively to violent video games. Then you have games like Tetris and Solitaire. These games are 2D and contain no violence. The games are simple, but also can be very addictive. They often are found on cellphones and PDAs. Almost all fighting games are seen...
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