DOOM - Fight Like Hell

Remember DOOM? That First Person Shooter game everyone was crazy about in the 90s? It's now making a comeback after 12 years! Doom was the game that popularized the First Person Shooter game style, and it's one of the most iconic and influential games ever made in history.

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+4 1. Cavabardus commented 8 years ago

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-14 2. Burimi commented 8 years ago

then we ask: why kids are so violent?
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+8 3. dushan commented 8 years ago

#2 seriously mate, you are smarter than that :)
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+5 4. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

#2 I double #3's comment, plus, this game is meant for +18. If a kid gets to play it, it's the parent's fault. Besides, games don't make people violent. I have a computer since I was 3 yrs old in 1993, and played lots of games, especially Doom -like games and stuff like that, never abused of games (didnt play non-stop), but that never made me violent. Despite the fact that I'm a big guy at 1.90 meters tall, about 105kg and I've been exercising a lot so I'm in a really good shape, I could take out 2-3 guys at the same time, but I've never smashed anyone's teeth since I was in high school, and even then it was for a good reason :D I prefer resolving my issues with someone verbally. Do games make someone violent? No, it's the education that they get and how good they can control their temper, just as like someone controls how much they eat. I've seen people with big anger management issues, and they never played games.

Studies find no evidence violent video games make children aggressive

Studies find that :

People who play action-based games make accurate decisions 25% faster.
A driving game improved memory, focus, and multitasking ability in older adults.
Video games encourage physical activity.
Video games improve vision.
Surgeons improved their laparoscopic skills by playing video games.
Children with dyslexia had better reading ability after playing video games.
Kids who play sports games are more likely to then go play the real sport.
Video games can help burn victims manage pain.
Researchers are using virtual reality to help people get over phobias and PTSD.
Kids who spend moderate amounts of time playing video games are more well adjusted.
Cancer patients who play video games have a more positive outlook.
Pre-schoolers who play video games have better motor skills.
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+3 5. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

#4 absolutely right .. except that you should avoid playing gta3 all night high and then drive home
didn't kill anyone .. but i was wonderin' how many points would i get :\
(message to young readers avoid psychedelics and driving - watch fear and loathing for instructions)

btw doom is the first game i got hooked to
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+3 6. mwak commented 8 years ago

#4 is just right. That was so long since I heard/read this kind of crazy disinformation. I remember as a kid that role playing games (like d&d) where supposed to lead you to be part some kind of crazy satanists groups ...

It's so sad that some people still think video games is what make people violent ...

DooM was a great game with some awesome sequels. I remember playing it in null modem with my friends. There was a time when you had no windows and you'd had to type command lines to run something. I really enjoyed learning computer this way :)

I mean : killing alien, demons and stuff with my BFG ! >:)
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+3 7. ughlah commented 8 years ago

Actually if you look at current D&D pen and paper players you get the impression they all wear black cloth and listen to satanic music...

As for has downsides. Dopaminlevels may get mixed up due to the rewardsystems newer games have or due to frustrating gaming events. You may show addictive behaviour with all associated downsides. Players may lack social skills after playing alone for too long. A lot of maybes, but of course you can argue in both directions. Everything in measure is ok from my point of view.
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+2 8. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

#6 Fun Fact: did you know that the name of the gun BFG actually stands for Big F*cking Gun ? (full name BFG9000) >:) That happened when the first Doom games appeared on market, but the Doom changed the name in 2005 when the Doom movie came out, calling it Bio Force Gun, for obvious reasons >:) sadly, this gun has nothing to do with bio force >:) because it launches an enormous energy-like "projectile " which uses artificial intelligence that allows it to affect/kill multiple targets once it hits something.

#7 A lot of things can become an addiction if done too much and not how they are intended to.It's just like smoking or drinking addiction: if you do it just sometimes for fun on some occasions, it's ok, but if you do it too much it will eventually take control on you.
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+2 9. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

#7 Good stuff, mate. Here's some more (i) on the subject: