i remember my first Nintendo i had Mario and Zelda. i remember spending hours beating those games. in those early days of gaming it was thought to be something only younger kids did for fun. however as i grew up so did the games and i continued to keep playing them. now days everyone has played a game or 2 i know you have. we have them on every device we own. some people even schedule there day around there gaming life while other even live there life in games themselves via social online games.
statistics say 155 million Americans regularly play video games. 42 percent of Americans play for at least three hours per week. Four out of five American households contain a device used to play video games. my question is, since when did games become such a irreparable part of our lives and how will games effect our future as a society? Are video games a problem or will they become a household staple like the TV if not already.