I took to playing Call of Duty with my son not as a gamer, personally, but to spend some time with him. I experienced that -just one more round- feeling. I experienced the pull of meeting other players and wanting to make a run with them. I met some nice people in the game. Now I know what it feels like, that pull to be addicted to the game, and to that sense of reward when you advance. But it's a chemical addiction. Playing video games can help cure boredom, but resistance to becoming addicted to the hit of dopamine with each reward play must be practiced for all players, even me. A 'loss of interest' reaction must find its way to the frontal lobe of a player while playing, or they will become addicted. Experience taught me this. What do you think?