By Enrico Sepulveda
Known fact, “the average active gamer plays more than 10,000 hours of video games by the time he/she turns 21.” People believe that video games affect users in a negative way, but video games actually affect you in a positive ways.
According to Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz: Video Games Can Actually Be Good for Kids, paragraph 5 states, “In clinical trials, video games has been shown to outperform medication for dealing with anxiety and depression. What’s more, games help young people become more resilient in overcoming physical, emotional and social challenges.”
Video games is one way to relive depression and anxiety do to the different types of video game genres.