Retro Video Games and Consoles
First-person shooters (FPS) emphasize shooting and combat from a specific perspective. Most FPS's place the player behind a gun or other weapon with the player's "hand" holding the weapon. This perpective is meant to give the player the feeling of "being there." Most FPS's are very fast-paced and require quick reflexes. Because of the perspective, these games tend to be very violent.
Recent studies have shown that these types of game actually improve user's reflexes (as in reaction time). The same study showed that little time was needed (as little as a few hours) to see improvements in reaction times.
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|First Person Shooter Games|
|Rainbow Six 3 for GameCube||5/10|
|Goldeneye 2 for GameCube||7/10|
|Call Of Duty Finest Hour for GameCube||1/10|
|Ghost Recon 2 for GameCube||7/10|
|Rainbow Six Lockdown for GameCube||2/10|
|Medal Of Honor Dogs Of War for GameCube||7/10|
|Bond From Russia With Love for GameCube||4/10|
|Call Of Duty 2 Big Red One for GameCube||3/10|
|Geist for GameCube||1/10|
|Call Of Duty 2 Big Red One for GameCube|