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Do video games ruin a child's imagination?

Discussion in 'Ogres Breakfast' started by Supernatural, Dec 10, 2013.

Do games ruin a child's imagination?

  1. Yes

    2 vote(s)
    13.3%
  2. No

    13 vote(s)
    86.7%
  1. StormJayne

    StormJayne New Ogre New Ogre

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    it all depends on the child..

    don't blame games..shhhss
     
  2. Qsljic

    Qsljic MOBA Mod Royal Ogre

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    I thought that games help them to develop their imagination even more.
     
  3. Jebus Edrei

    Jebus Edrei The Perfect Recipe Royal Ogre

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    Exactly. Tho now I realize maybe the question is more on what a child is imagining? If a child starts imagining wars maybe that's kinda bad which can translate to reality.
     
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  4. Blasphemy

    Blasphemy Royal Ogre Royal Ogre
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    Well yes if it's inappropriate I believe most of the games have age requirements it's just that they tend to not bother on it.
     
  5. Mayonnaise

    Mayonnaise Cold Heart Royal Ogre

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    I think it makes the opposite effect. Although, Video games can have a huge impact to the children's imagination depending on the game. If it's a game where you use a big truck to slaughter murder every person out there with no valod reasons whatsoever, i think that.. would ruin the imagination of children. But hey, all video games fall on some proper age categories. And that's the responsibility of parents. To be able to pick video games suitable for the children. c:
     

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