Gamer’s can’t tell real world from fantasy according to Nottingham Trent University research

 

 

 

 

New research by Nottingham Trent University has found that some games players have problems switching back into the real world after playing games. www.metro.co.uk/tech/876093-gamers-cant-tell-real-world-from-fantasy-say-researchers

One 15-year-old named Simon admitted wanting to use a ‘gravity gun’ from the game Half Life to fetch something from the fridge.

I myself often throw chickens across the room to turn the telly over.

Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/876093-gamers-cant-tell-real-world-from-fantasy-say-researchers#ixzz1YaTh54xB

 

 

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