As kids growing up in the ’90s, we often played games like cricket, football, basketball, and indoor games like chess, ludo, carrom. Video games were rare and new, but they were the best entertainment in our childhood days. As adults, we love to go back to our childhood days and play video games with our kids.
Some research suggests that playing video games also helps children develop their problem-solving skills. Also, many psychologists have researched for decades that these video games will have adverse effects of gaming, including addiction, depression, and aggression.