No, it increases hand-eye coordination, keeps you out of trouble, provides stimulation for your brain. Although too much of videogames and addiction can be bad things, nothing serious is going to result in the developement of the persons brain.
Research shows that exposure to violent video games, TV shows, and movies does contribute to increased levels of violence in children. Children learn--and imitate--what they see. And they don't differentiate between real violence and imitation violence. They don't understand that, unlike what they see in those make-believe worlds where people who are shot, subsequently get up and walk away, are not at all like the real world. Children don't really understand death. They don't understand its permanence or the fragility of the human body.
It's the whole nature vs nurture thing. When I played grand theft auto , I didn't go out shooting and boosting cars. Depends on if the kid has a desire to act out violence. My driving can be pretty reckless at times tho, but that is just my nature.
Most studies on the subject show little or no connection between video games and antisocial behaviour. It is clear that if video games do contribute to violent behaviour it is not the primary cause.
The majority of children today play video games, so if video games made a relevant contribution to the developement of antisocial tendencies the spike in sales of violent video games would also cause a spike in violence, however the opposite is happening, there is less violence now than before.
The typical argument is that "violent children play video games", but seeing as 90% of boys and 40% of girls play video games the following statement would be much more alarming; "violent children don't play video games", as it would make a causal link more likely.