not completely true but has some points
the animation was cool, although i think it would have been better if it was animated all the way.
and about the message? i think the author is right when it comes to video games eating too much of our time, but i dont think that playing videogames in itself is not right. everything, food, relationships, and even social activities can become self-destructive if you dont control it.
so why put the blame on videogames when in fact the problem is your addiction? the fact is that some videogames do improve one's quality of life, and to simply ignore that fact just because of bad experiences, in my opinion is not a very reasonable way of looking at the topic.
in the end, i think we only have 2 possible things to blame for what happened to our lives.
a) blame the object of addiction (eg:videogame - inanimate, has no thought)
b) blame ourselves for lack of control
letter a is more convinient. it even applies to most obesity cases and substance abuse.