Studies have long suggested that gamers have better reflexes and better attention to detail than those who don't play, but is it all a load of hogwash?
No, not really.
Turns out that gamers who play in moderation have better cognitive abilities than those who don't play. Gamers are likely to have better attention to detail and much better reaction times.
Gaming is also found to be beneficial in keeping the old grey matter useful well into your advanced years.