Actually it should not. We are supposed to make our training game-like. The concepts are not really the same. The brain works on pattern recognition in a sea of data. The video game only performs patterns programmed into it, with the intent of rewarding "proper" responses. It literally trains users to think conventionally because it uses conventions. Your example is a good foil for a point I did not make earlier. What age are we training? Watching the tactics in an adult game is educational if you are trying to teach team tactics, but we should not be trying to teach adult game tactics to U-Littles. We should be teaching them fundamentals first. So for U-Littles highlights of Messi, Pele, Maradona, Zidane, etc. moves is a much better choice than having them watch combination play. And watching reality--video clips of Messi's moves--is what you want kids to learn moves from, not playing a computer simulation of Messi's moves. Young children are typically not going to see adult games like an adult does. There are child prodigies who can think and perform as adults in skilled areas, but even if you have a child capable of learning adult tactics you would still teach fundamentals first for other reasons.