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A personal computer game (also known as a computer game or simply PC game) is a video game played on a personal computer, rather than on a video game console or arcade machine. Computer games have evolved from the simple graphics and gameplay of early titles like Spacewar!, to a wide range of more visually advanced titles.[1]


Computer games and game addiction is often the subject of criticism, focusing largely on the influence of objectionable and violent content and prolonged gameplay on minors.


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Aggression and video games


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