The Real Reason

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The Real Reason

The Real Reason
Video Game Violence has been a controversial topic for many years, Beginning with the simple, classic games like Pac-Man, Centipede and Street Fighter, And continuing today with the more modern games like the Grand Theft Auto series and the Call of Duty series. Adults naturally want to blame something or someone when the violent situations happens. Many factor can be attributed to why a teen or child has committed a crime and people seem to want to steer the focus on video games. There are a lot more factors that play into that like bullying, lifestyle, or the environment they live in. Video games play a small part in the development of child behavior. Creators of video games and stores have put age limits on who can buy their products to keep children away from the games that contains drugs, sex, and violence. This method is the most effective way to help prevent minor from seeing adult content at a young age. Companies like Microsoft and Sony have a paternal control system on their consoles that will not let you play certain type of games without a password. Many moves have been made to limit the underage use of adult video games.
There is violence everywhere in life there is nothing you can link a school shooting, or rape etc. to a video game. There is not one video game that promotes school shootings or rape. The education system needs to educate the student about what this world is because it is not all sunshine and rainbows. There is ugly and kids need to be taught what’s happening in the world. Most cases of a school shooting is bullying, bombings religion or political, rape is usually someone with a medical problem. Picking up a controller and slicing up some zombies after a long stressful day at school is not going to set you on a killing spree because you died at level 9. There are major parts that…...

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