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Games Are.... Good for Children??!!

This article proves it. Games aren't "mind-numbing" crap for the brain, well, most games, anyway. They can improve concentration, help kids learn to read, and even cure diseases! (Strike the last one)

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3:10 PM

AHA! IN YOUR FACE, VIDEO GAME STEREOTYPES! Actually i kinda knew this for a long time. When some kid plays a video game, it may look like he's a mindless zombie, but his brain is actually working hard and excercising.    



3:12 PM

wowo that was a real cool article. i like how it showed then countered another opinion. i guess i can thank gaming for making me smart! =D    



3:12 PM

wowo that was a real cool article. i like how it showed then countered another opinion. i guess i can thank gaming for making me smart! =D    



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