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Submitted by xtheownerzx 679d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 Health Benefits from Playing Video Games

GamerFitNation's intern Fidan writes about the top 5 health benefits that you can get from playing video games. "Many people have prejudiced notions that video games make us violent, anti-social, and fat (since most games don’t require a lot of physical movement). While gaming is not necessarily considered the healthiest hobby but there are actually many health benefits that come from video games." (Culture, PC, Plants vs Zombies, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

ape007  +   679d ago
best benefit....it's awesome and make life great and colorful
WUTCHUGUNNADO  +   679d ago
yep... sitting in a dark room, pretending to kill things on daily bases makes life so much worth it.
ape007  +   679d ago
some CoD, some bioshock, Gta, some mario bros wiiu, some zombie u horror, way better than drugs

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