An image from “Wolfenstein: The New Order”: Researchers also cited “Grant Theft Auto V” as well as games from other genres, such as “StarCraft,” “Portal 2” and “Rise of Nations,” as having brain benefits.
An image from “Wolfenstein: The New Order”: Researchers also cited “Grant Theft Auto V” as well as games from other genres, such as “StarCraft,” “Portal 2” and “Rise of Nations,” as having brain benefits. Bethesda Softworks via AP
An image from “Wolfenstein: The New Order”: Researchers also cited “Grant Theft Auto V” as well as games from other genres, such as “StarCraft,” “Portal 2” and “Rise of Nations,” as having brain benefits. Bethesda Softworks via AP

Science Briefs: Report says action video games may have more benefits for the brain

October 04, 2015 02:38 AM