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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

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  2. No

    13 vote(s)
    86.7%
  1. Supernatural

    Supernatural LiveStreamer Ogre Veteran

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    Do games ruin a child's imagination?
     
  2. Aaddron

    Aaddron Moderator Staff Member GameOgre Moderator

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    I don't think so, especially games like Minecraft.
     
  3. ufbre

    ufbre World of Tanks Fan Ogre Veteran

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    I don't think some of them are good for imagination
     
  4. Thedarkboy

    Thedarkboy Anime Geek Ogre Veteran

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    Maybe some games (not that I can think of any), but I think many games contribute to the imagination.
     
  5. Plague

    Plague Active Member Ogre Warrior

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    Some does. Lol. I played videogames when i was younger. Games before were fun and not poisonous. Idk now
     
  6. ugmsrocks09

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    No I believe, some video games can increase ones imagination.
     
  7. Heromanguy12

    Heromanguy12 Well-Known Member Ogre Warrior

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    It is opposite for me, video games can expand child's imagination. Well it really depends on interests of the player and what game is being played. Little Big Planet is one game that comes to mind that can expand imagination considering it encourages creativity.
     
  8. Kipikopo

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    It depends on the game tho
     
  9. Izraphel

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    I dont believe they do...
     
  10. Snowy

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    It really does depend on the game, but I do think there are games that ruin a child's imagination. I'm mostly talking about horror games and games not suitable for children since those games paint a bad image on the youth. Games where you create things or explore are great for a child's imagination though, and even some role-playing games.
     
  11. ugmsrocks09

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    Very true, some gun games and horror games can really affect a childs imagination amongst their perception of the world.
     
  12. LegendaryGriefer36

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    I dont think so :/ many games helped me being creative like for example Minecraft
     
  13. ugmsrocks09

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    Very true, yet some of the add-ons can isn't really efficient in 'learning' to be creative since some of the mods are mainly creations of previous games.
     
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    ugmsrocks09 Well-Known Member Ogre Warrior

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    Could you be more descriptive? Why do you think it's not ruining children imagination.
     
  16. Crownknight

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    I think they expand a child's mind.
     
  17. Jebus Edrei

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    I even think games improve a child's creativity, decision making, reflexes and teamwork. Well, depends on the game played actually
     
  18. Nhecole

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    I think it's the opposite, games could enhance one's imagination or intellect. Especially sandbox games
     
  20. paulhar1s50n

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    For me, nope. I think it improves the imagination of a child XD
     

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