Once upon a time the majority of young boys dedicated themselves to playing sports outside. It was a thrill and a challenge to get up in front of everyone and score a touchdown or a home run. Growing up almost every boy was introduced to the male hierarchy through their fathers. They were told to enjoy being physically active, eating a balanced diet and being strong and faster. Preferably being better than everyone else so they could have a chance at playing sport professionally. Along came video games and suddenly more and more boys started to have more fun playing on their consoles than going out to play with their friends. Slowly but surely their friends also got into video games and thus the competitive lifestyle went online. If you were to do a poll and ask young boys and men what kind of video game do they like the most, they would almost certainly pick first-person shooting games. But why is this?