Abjection is normal but extreme real-life violence is not.
video game violence
The age-old conversation continues as Oxford University weighs in.
The Last of Us 2’s violence is disturbing. Just like Naughty Dog wants it to be.
A Professor of Psychology weighs in.
Did they forget about their own game?
Just one more distraction.
Students are signing pledges to never play violent games.
The ESA denies Trump reached out to the games industry.
Rhode Island Rep. Nardolillo Misses the Point of the ESRB With His Proposed Extra Tax on M-Rated Games
State rep wants to impose extra tax for mature video games, but not firearms.
It really was only a matter of time that a legislator from Newtown would propose such a tax.
Apparently video games “affect people,” so they are worse than guns. Last time I checked, guns affect people as well.
In light of the tragic shooting that took place in Connecticut, the U.S. government is carefully examining the effect that violent media has on its citizens.
The idea started in Southington, CT, and we were bound to see similar moves made across the US.
It’s not exactly a book-burning party out of Footloose, but I believe the end result will be the same: people still want to dance, er, game.
Let me save you the time and effort; they’re not good for kids. That is why the ESRB has rated them M for Mature.