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3-29-2012 @ 7:41PM
"Most people" in this study did not graduate from 2D games. "Most people", myself included, never played a video game until WoW. I have several lvl 85's that raid regularly (depending on the role that is needed on raid night). I use the phrase "most people" only because it was used by a previous poster. While I do believe that games such as WoW do provide a wonderful aid to memory and cognitive ability, I would strongly suggest that the community remember that we are not all of an age that had games available to us while we were young./end rantGet off mah lawn@PyroI couldnt agree more. Anything that can stimulate the brain and keep it active can do nothing but good for mild to moderate Alzheimers. In later stages, I wish that more could be done, but.......
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