need to learn quickly and eventually surpass their competition. Video games and gaming have been around since the Atari age and are not likely to fade into the background of life anytime soon. The gaming systems today have climbed mountains over the systems of old. With RPG (role playing games), music games, first person shooters, the list is long and the game choices are staggering.
Choosing a gaming system first would be the best place to start. Looking at and evaluating the gaming systems offered today isn’t as hard as it seems once you know how to weigh the pros and cons of each system. Check how many different games are compatible with each system and rank the system with a good selection high. See if the system offers online gaming and multiple player options if these choices are important to you. Take a look at the graphics and ask around about ease of use and glitches. Knowing you system takes you more than half way to becoming a video game guru and king. Starting with some games that include a great tutorial like Dungeons and Dragons Heroes, any movie theme game, with a great one being Haunted Mansion, or Guitar Hero. All these video games include a no nonsense tutorial and are quite self explanatory. Once you get started with a game that tips you along as you play, you will be ready to step it up a notch. I recommend always taking a journey into the past and revisiting your old games as you acquire new ones. It is a real confidence booster as you realize just how much skill you have gained since the first time. Racing and Skater games are a nice bridge between jumping in with the big fish and going to town on your starter games. Your reflexes get incredibly quick during play of these video games. You will also find that you are no longer looking for the buttons, but feeling your way around the controllers. The ‘aware factor’ of the video game becomes heightened and video games and gaming begin to be relaxing and fun instead of difficult and tiring. Conquering tricks a