They improve your hand eye co-ordination.
Yes, Video Games can help you develop reflects because you press the buttons without looking and this can help you be more aware of incoming things in real life.
The screen and the movement... I suggest that if you play a lot of games, then EAT MORE CARROTS!!!!!!!!
Some do. Even though you wouldn't think of it, games Duckhunt improve reflexes.
Yes. Video games require hand eye coordination, and it decreases reaction time.
Yes it can help you with ur relexes especialy if you play online games
Yes it can because like for example I am playing mw3 and tomorrow I have I science test and I fail but If I did not play video games I would of past see thank for you time
Video games can increase reaction times because you're put up to challenges where you need to think faster. Compared to real life events , your reaction time does not need to be high.
Sometimes, Video Games can help Hand-Eye coordination. They can also help reflexes, muscle agility, and individual finger streangth.
It is said that Video games improve someones reflexes.
Yes, because of the fast paced games that takes acquisition skills to do good in them.
Most of the time girls who play video games often are actually proven to have better reflexes than boys but not always
Sunglasses do help your eyes when you play video games.
There are educational games out there, but non educational games can also teach you things. Like fast paced games can give you fast eye reflexes.
Actually, Video games improve your mind, all 4 parts of the brain are getting "exercise" while playing video games. But still playing too long on video games is bad for your health,(but you will have cat like reflexes :)!)
Yes, IQ is one of things video games can help develop.
Video games can help with your hand-eye coordination But im not sure about awareness.
According to several studies, video games actually improve eyesight and reflexes. In one study,people who played video games had a reaction time of 100 milliseconds quicker than non-gamers. While this may not seem like a lot, it would have a big impact on avoiding car accidents and the like.Sources: http://www.wate.com/Global/story.asp?S=3684503 ; http://www.livescience.com/health/070315_video_vision.html
Video games weren't "discovered", they were designed.