- Nov 8, 2014
Games definitely improved my searching skills. I would some how be able to analyze stuff a lot better than I use to before I played them.
That is cool that Dayz taught you to do some planning. If the zombie apocalypse were to occur you would be the leader of your own group. I would try to find you if the apocalypse were to occur.
Well that is swell if you are able to plan then continue to be that way. If you are able to drink good water then drink that good water. I never was really good at every single game there was. I just try to make do with what I have. I never been in situations where I can really sit down and handle the stress.I was prepared before dayz was a thing . It just taught me to plan more efficiently. For example, going to a pond before going into a city, incase I don't find anything to drink.
Oh yes definitely. Games have taught me the virtue of patience and hard work.You also learn to be patient and wait for the right moment to execute your plans.If so, what? Video games can teach some good problem solving skills and team work as well as motor skills. I think games too often get a bad rap, but they can also be a good thing.
This is true for me too lol. I don't know if I was already good at it prior to video games but I'm pretty sure games like God of War have helped me be more attentive to details and small objects. I'm always the one finding lost keys and remotes around the house.Games definitely improved my searching skills. I would some how be able to analyze stuff a lot better than I use to before I played them.