I’ve been wrong about many things in life. I was wrong about selling the stock I’d bought in Amazon back in 2001, (Hey, I’d made a 28% gain… but if I would have just held I would have made a 327,468% gain), I was wrong about not asking Joelle Finley to the 8th grade dance (I thought she was out of my league and later learned she was secretly hoping for me to ask her and instead she went with Goofy Gary Gibbons and I went with Nine-Toe Nancy Bledger… it turned out to be a tragic and rueful night), and, well… let’s just say that I have a list of things where I flat out believed one thing and it turned out that the reality was entirely different.Society has done this, too. Particularly when it comes to the misconceptions about video games. Lots of fearful parents, educators and lawmakers shot from the hip and rushed to judgment with one idea about video games (and the industry) but now that some smoke has cleared, we see how these misperceptions turned out to be quite off base. Here are 5 misconceptions about video games and the actual reality underpinning the truth.
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