The researchers contrasted young adults who play action video games including driving games and first person shooting games . This study suggests that playing action video games benefits hand and eye coordination. Playing these games requires reacting quickly and accurately to events that happen on the screen. This practice improves coordination in other tasks as well.
In the present A new study has found that video gaming can stimulate the growth of new neurons and connectivity in the brain regions responsible for spatial orientation, memory formation and strategic planning, as well as, fine driving skills.
These brain regions are involved in functions such as spatial navigation, memory formation and strategic planning.