It’s possible that gaming enables stereotypically introspective individuals to be more social, ultimately improving social skills.
In the earliest consoles, gaming with friends involved a physical gathering in front of a single TV. Even in today’s online multiplayers, gamers often form groups, communicate over voice and video chat, and can even help train leaders in the case of those who manage the groups.
The latest research suggests it's not far-fetched at all - especially when you consider all the societal and cultural factors that make today's games so attractive. Credit... Concept by Pablo Delcan. Photo illustration by Justin Metz. Charlie Bracke can't remember a time when he wasn't into video games.
It's official, computer games are good for you. At least it seems with some everyday skills and general quality of life. Of course, this doesn't mean you should play them all day every day. Everything in moderation. Here are nine ways computer games can help improve everyday skills and your general happiness.
Co-founder of Tailored Ink 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When I was a teenager, I spenta lot of time studying and doing homework. Between the demands of my overachieving immigrant parents and New York City's prestigious Stuyvesant High School, I was always running on fumes.