Since the late 20th century, video games have become one of most popular forms of modern entertainment. But when the Internet became to what it is now, public gaming discussions were created. Yes, we as users have access to more information here in the 21st century than before, but I'm concerned about the change. It's got both good and bad sides. I could go on about the good side of the Internet, but I think most of us know it already.Looking at the gaming hub of the Internet, forums, YouTube, etc., the information from it can influence our behaviors and viewpoints as video game players.There are people who want to achieve goals in video games, but may have difficulties, such as impatience or lost. 'This takes too long'. 'I don't what to do.' With their problems in mind, they may check the Internet for solutions. After they're done and are successful, they'll often be pleased for their accomplishment.Now, the same information from the Internet that was viewed by someone with their problems defined might be viewed differently by someone that viewed it because they were bored. The bored person may feel bad as a player to a particular game because they found something better than what they do. This topic of gaming is highly expandable, so you viewers here can start building a discussion. I believe some of you can explain this much better than I can.