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Video Games Will KILL YOUR CHILDREN!

Posted on Monday, March 9 @ 16:57:01 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
At least that's the implication of this magazine ad being run by England's Department of Health.
 

 
Several major video game companies have lodged complaints, including Atari and Sega. Sony has suggested they might consider suing for unauthorized use of the Playstation controller in the ad.

Sure, sitting around playing too many video games isn't good for you. However what's really irresponsible here is the use of the word DEATH, and the lack of any other form of sedentary activity like watching TV, reading, doing a jigsaw puzzle, whatever. It clearly targets games and games only.
 
 


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