Here is an example of the fear-mongering from the article.
It seems to imply that all video game entertainment is eeeeevil. Which is, of course, ridiculous. Addiction to anything is possible, even addiction to religiosity. However, many others are able to play without being addicted.
.....the dark world of video gaming...like their * back-talking peers who have been over stimulated by all sorts of “entertainment” since birth, *properly grounded Catholic youth should be taught to recognize that God means what He says and that ignoring, flaunting, and mocking His Laws will lead to severe punishment. Children should be taught to have a “healthy fear” of God and those persons to whom He has given authority. This needs to be restored as an integral part of child-rearing practices, particularly when it comes to curbing youthful concupiscence *which is *under constant assault by video gaming. Lastly, if parents have been d*uped into purchasing video games the next step will be more difficult. Keep in mind that evil always portrays itself as attractive, and children and adolescents are, despite their protestations, easily tricked by appearances. So parents need to be prepared for a battle! They need to begin by *getting rid of the video games. And they must say “NO” to all protestations and demands to bring them back into the household.
You also seem to doubt the msnbc link I provided which referred to surgeons who played video games were better trained.
In makes perfect sense. Video gamers have fine motor skills with the controllers. Surgeons require fine motor skills, particularly with neurosurgery, laparoscopy, etc., which is computerized surgery, requiring the surgeon to operate remotely!
Here are more links if you did not like the first: