It’s true that video games have become far more advanced in recent memory. After all we’ve come a long way from Pong, but why is it that every time violence especially shooting violence occurs we have to hear from some pundit about how video games has something to do with it?
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We all know the debate. Non-Gamers use video games as a scapegoat to explain the negative aspects of modern culture, and gamers listen to their arguments with big WTF looks on their face. But have no fear, Travis from Leviathyn.com has a simple soultion to the violent video game “problem.”
Violence in video games has recently come under intense political scrutiny. Flynn shares his thoughts on some of that scrutiny in light of comments made by Californian State Senator Leland Yee.
A Republican lawmaker from Missouri is proposing a sales tax on violent video games in response to the Sandy Hook shooting.
There’s been an awful lot of talk recently about violent video games and the effects they have on children. But there’s one glaring issue with that discussion: Violent games aren’t actually for children. And it’s time parents figured this out.