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A '''video game''' is any electronic game, typically (though not always) addictive and violent, which is played on a computer or console.
The Video games vary greatly in type have been linked to murders and complexityother [[violence]], but all games are alike in that they translate player input stress-induced health problems (from a controller, mouse, keyboard or motion sensorincluding unexpected heart attacks) into onscreen actions. Games are usually stored on some sort of digital media - ROM cartridge, [[CDatheism]], [[DVDobesity]], or even cassette tape for early computer games - though older or more inexpensive games may have dedicated chips which are pre-programmed to play certain games only<ref>[http://aspe. In recent yearshhs.gov/health/reports/child_obesity/ Childhood Obesity] Department of Health and Human Services, game developers have moved to digital distributionretrieved Sept 18th 2011</ref>, allowing anyone with a credit card or and [[Paypalsexual immorality]] account to purchase . Several prominent murderers in recent years were inspired by video games online, for example.<ref>http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-316491/Teenager-gets-life-Manhunt-murder.html</ref>
Home consoles are classified by ''generation'' to indicate their relative power {{cquote|A number of Norway stores have pulled violent video games from sale - including several Call of Duty games and date World of releaseWarcraft - in the wake of the massacre carried out by Anders Behring Breivik on July 22. The current major consoles (XBox360, PS3, Wii) are considered ''seventh generation''}}<ref>http://www. Handheld consoles are not generally put into generations due to their more irregular release schedulesmetro.co.uk/tech/games/871121-norway-stores-pull-violent-video-games-including-call-of-duty-after-massacre#ixzz1erUdaLo5</ref>
Though a popular form == Nature of entertainment in America, some video Video games (especially in modern years) may tend to promote a [[liberal]] worldview, and can cause [[sexual immorality]], [[atheism]], [[obesity]]<ref>[http://aspe.hhs.gov/health/reports/child_obesity/ Childhood Obesity] Department of Health and Human Services, retrieved Sept 18th 2011</ref>, and [[violence]]. Several prominent murderers in recent years were inspired by video games, for example.<ref>http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-316491/Teenager-gets-life-Manhunt-murder.html </ref>==
Video The games have been link to violent behavior vary greatly in type and stress-induced health problemscomplexity, including deathbut all games are alike in that they translate player input (from a controller, mouse, keyboard or motion sensor) into onscreen actions. "A number Games are usually stored on some sort of Norway stores have pulled violent video digital media - ROM cartridge, [[CD]], [[DVD]], or even cassette tape for early computer games from sale - including several Call of Duty though older or more inexpensive games and World of Warcraft may have dedicated chips which are pre- in the wake of the massacre carried out by Anders Behring Breivik on July 22programmed to play certain games only."<ref>http://wwwIn recent years, game developers have moved to digital distribution, allowing anyone with a credit card or [[Paypal]] account to purchase games online.metro Home consoles are classified by ''generation'' to indicate their relative power and date of release.coThe current major consoles (XBox360, PS3, Wii) are considered ''seventh generation''. Handheld consoles are not generally put into generations due to their more irregular release schedules.uk/tech/games/871121-norway-stores-pull-violent-video-games-including-call-of-duty-after-massacre#ixzz1erUdaLo5</ref>
Video games have also been shown to help people to become more attuned to their surroundings and increase coordination, and in the future may be used to treat people with visual problems and to train soldiers. <ref> http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/05/0528_030528_videogames.html </ref>
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