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• Definition of action games: Action games are a type of video game that focus on fast-paced gameplay and quick reflexes. They often involve challenges or goals that require the player to overcome obstacles or enemies in order to progress.
• History of action games: Action games have been around since the early days of video gaming. Some of the earliest action games were arcade games like Space Invaders and Donkey Kong, which were popular in the 1970s and 1980s. With the rise of console gaming, action games became even more popular, with titles like Super Mario Bros. and Doom becoming household names.
• Explanation of why action games are popular: Action games are popular for a number of reasons. One reason is their fast-paced gameplay, which can be exciting and engaging. They also often have challenging goals or objectives, which can be satisfying to complete. Additionally, many action games have immersive storylines that keep players engaged and invested in the game.
First-person shooters (FPS): games where the player sees the action from the perspective of the character they are controlling, often involving shooting and tactics Third-person shooters: similar to FPS, but the player sees the action from a fixed camera angle behind their character Platformers: games that involve jumping and navigating through levels to reach a goal, often with puzzles to solve Fighting games: games that focus on hand-to-hand combat, often with a roster of characters to choose from Adventure games: games that involve exploring and solving puzzles to progress through a story