a lot of people who think playing games is just for fun and get rid of tired. but playing games also affects the ability of the gamer in their lives, may be good or bad.
According to Jane McGonigal, a game designer of world famous alternative realities, which earned her PhD in performance studies, wants to change people's conception about video games as mere entertainment.
"My first Goal in life is to see a designer game admittance to a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize," McGonigal on its website.
Excerpted from Business Insider, Friday (20/11/2015), he wanted people to realize that video games can be a powerful tool for increasing attention (focus), mood, cognitive power, and the relationship of the players. And as it turned out, the results of studies there are on his side.
Study shows, games such as Call of Duty can improve the cognitive ability of the players significantly, better than brain teasers that is designed specifically for it, such as the game developed Luminosity.
In fact, research North Carolina State University and Florida State University suggests, mainstream games that are geared for entertainment can help improve spatial orientation, attention, and problem-solving abilities.
If you want to have fun and give Your thoughts on the stimulus, McGonigal suggested to play one of six games following three times a week for about 20 minutes.
1. Call of Duty
McGonigal said, fast paced game play such as Call of Duty first person shooter concept, might help improve visual attention skills and spatial intelligence, which results in better performance in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Other fast-paced game, Forza (car racing game), can help improve the ability to make accurate decisions under pressure.
3. Grand Theft Auto
Play a role as a villain in the game Grand Theft Auto can help train you to process information more quickly and keep track of more information--up to three times more than a person who is not a gamer--under high pressure.
Strategy games such as StarCraft (science fiction games) can also increase the ability of problem solving imaginary and real life. This is possible because the game teach players to formulate and implement a strategic plan.
5. Mass Effect
A game that requires strategic thinking, like the game of science fiction third-person shooter concept Mass Effect, also to test and refine your skills in gathering information.
6. Final Fantasy
Finally, games such as Final Fantasy, concept RPG (role-playing game), can help train you for evaluating options faster and more accurate.
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