I personally never play video games, and care nothing about them. I respect those opinions, but when they have kids themselves, or worse have other people's kids bully or shout obscenities around them, will they have the same trade of thought?
You know people that play violent video games and got sucked in. The point I'm making is that parents need to be educated on gaming's darker side. They certainly are consumed by a lot more people: Unfortunately those people exist and an outright ban would be the only way to stop their kids from playing such material.
Maybe, but I doubt it.
I think the world would be a much better place without them, and I suspect that they contribute to violence. He went as far as to regarding parents allowing their underage child to play GTA Violent video games should be banned as 'child abuse'.
The gaming industry says that violent crime, particularly among the young, has fallen since the early s while video games have increased in popularity. Nine times out of ten, those people do what they do because of their upbringing, their peer group s and sometimes their minds.
They are professionals who know what they are talking about. Some advocates said it may be more politically realistic — and even more effective as policy — than reinstating a ban on assault weapons.
It would, I suppose, render my gun unusable when I die. There's absolutely nothing enjoyable in killing someone else, even if it's just a virtual world. Some advocates said it may be more politically realistic — and even more effective as policy — than reinstating a ban on assault weapons.
Should developers stop making games this violent? The only way to make sure no one is playing the games is to have a special police section that deals with reports of violent video games.
So its obvious now which path to chose, the scientifically supported side who actually have evidence to support this theory. However, this is not the case. If these lunatics never got their names in the newspaper or their faces on television, they would have no incentive to carry out mass murder.
They want to go out in a blaze of glory. They certainly are consumed by a lot more people: There are many video games rated mature that underaged children play which causes aggression. Mainly it would be maintaining the ban. Their disinterest and rampant naivety is to blame for the exposure their children have to ADULT only material.
I shot one of his guns and liked it a lot. He wants to make a scapegoat of guns.
For example, the year-old Breivik also claimed to be a fan of violent video games such as "Call of Duty," and "World of Warcraft" and said he honed his shooting skills with the games.
I'm sure there are many parents who never wish their child to be exposed to interactive torture scenes and up close titillation. What if we had agreed to trade guns, just so we could each shoot something different? Even if Lanza did play these violent video games, he said, it's "nonsense" to think that a tragedy could have been prevented by removing them from the equation.
For me, video games are an art form, like making movies or TV shows, maybe even similar to painting the next masterpiece and writing the Great American Novel.For example, the year-old Breivik also claimed to be a fan of violent video games such as "Call of Duty," and "World of Warcraft" and said he honed his shooting skills with the games.
Yes violent video games should be banned!! Police have linked several violent cases to violent video games. For example a 8 year old boy oblivious to the real life fact that if you shot someone in real life they would die and not come back, took out a gun and shot is. Since violent video games are not sufficient to cause violence, they are not the bad-making quality and thus are not what needs to be banned.
PRO never defended the implication that things which are not sufficient as bad-making qualities have any business being banned. Violent video games should be banned for minors especially.
video games may provide relaxation and give a break from studies to the minors, but once it becomes an addiction, the influence it has on an individual may lead them into the wrong path.
Originally Answered: Should violent video games be banned? Nope, absolutely not. Many reasons; firstly, there are more dangerous things than games that should probably be banned first. In fact, nearly all studies that claim the playing of violent video games leads to more anti-social behaviour highlight correlations and not causation.
I don’t believe any study has ever demonstrated absolute causality between video game playing and anti-social behaviour.Download