The reason I lost interest in video games, is because I realized that it's all from a virtual perspective. Even if you win a video game, it all amounts to nothing. There's no real life accomplishment that comes from it. It's all really just a waste of time when you really think about it. Though, I understand, it's fun, it's exciting, it's enjoyable...I get it. For a while, I was practically addicted to Minecraft and GTA. And what I noticed while playing video games, is my self-worth went way down. Completing virtual accomplishments all day, did nothing to actually improve my overall life. And on top of that, I began neglecting important (real life) responsibilities, all because of my obsession with playing video games. And I also noticed that my mind felt stressed whenever I wasn't playing, almost like I was craving a drug. It also affected my sleep pattern, gave me insomnia, headaches, and made me lack in physical fitness, because obviously, I was always sitting down and playing video games. For a person like me, video games can turn into a really unhealthy habit. So really, I do think games have the tendency to become addictive. The only game that we as human beings should be playing...is life. Why waste all of your time in a virtual world?