There are many game out there that allow the children to play arm bearing characters who can kill anyone that they want, steal cars, and commit many different kinds of crime.
These games can have negative implications on the children as they get immune to the idea of committing crime and end up believing that it is all right.
This takes the children away from their other responsibilities, such as doing house chores, homework, and other physical activities.
Children also end up spending more time playing videogames in front of television screens than playing real and actual sports that involve physical exercise.
Some of these effects include increasing hand-eye coordination and increasing dexterity mental skills; a decreased interest in other activities such as studies and sports; and a very negative effect of inducing violence.
One of the most positive effects of video games is increasing the dexterity of a child and improving his or her hand-eye coordination.
This allows them to think quickly and improves their reflexes.
The newest games are very precision-based and it takes very minute and accurate movements for the children to control the characters.
Video games have been a part of children's life for the past few decades.
It all started when Atari came up with its first gaming console, which included a very simple game of tennis.