It's not at all embarrassing or shameful to admit that you learned a lot about life from playing video games. Maybe you fell in love with sports by playing Madden. Or first understood the concept of driving with Mario Kart. Or maybe it was Sim City that taught you budgeting or Tetris that introduced logic or RPGs that pushed hard work. It's okay! But why did video games teach us some false lessons too? Like that sleeping is always rejuvenating and how easy it was to find money?
Dorkly hilariously shows the difference between video game life (where level 100 is amazing!) versus real life (where being 100 is not so amazing). What else is way easier in video games than it is in real life? [Dorkly]