Recent news about China has one policy that gamers under 13 will face an anti-addiction rule that is supposed to drag them away from their Internet games.
Link to China imposes 3hr gaming limit - Games - Technology - theage.com.au
I am glad that I have passed that age ten years ago and as an adult, I can play games freely.
But if this ban took into effect ten years ago, that would:
- Make me go to a better university, maybe TsingHua University, because I was addicted in Westwood's C&C at that moment, and was tired of studying and preparing for the National University Enrolment Test of "Big 5" (Chinese, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Physics), and
- Make me a bad gamer...
Umm, which one is better? 🙂