Pressing buttons and mashing the X button isn't a valuable skill
the first post and you already proven yourself wrong. you say that video game doesn't take any skill and yet you say in your first post that it isn't a valuable skill ???????????????????? --- I'm a gamer dang it, not a pc gamer or a console gamer, just a gamer.
The amount of skill required to play a game, combined with which skills needed to play a game, vary. If "video games take no skill," then why is it that I can play through Mass Effect on Insanity while my father has trouble with Easy? If they took "no skill," then clearly my ease on Insanity would be shared by my father - but it isn't.
I think the fact that games have difficulty levels is more than enough proof of this, at the most basic level.
Science disagrees with you. Not only do games take skill but they have been shown to improve both motor function and anallytical skills. --- Now playing:Resident Evil 1&5, Bayonetta, MGS2HD Missions, Uncharted.
go play games like Tales of Graces F on chaos difficulty on a first playtrough or go plat GT5 or play MGS3 on european difficulty or go play Tekken online and then say that games don't take any skill --- Swann:This is the last time.I'm tired of running damage control every time he makes a mess Campbell:Right.You're the control,and if that fails,I'm the damage