Experts aren’t sure yet, but they have real concerns that this might lead to kids acting like this in real life too.
One thing you also might like to know is that kids who regularly play video games often get higher grades in maths, science, and reading tests.
Many worry that playing video games might have a bad effect on the way their child behaves.
For example, if a video game has lots of fighting in it, they worry that playing it will encourage their child to be violent.
The Conversation is asking kids to send in questions they’d like an expert to answer.