joedick wrote:It's stranger to me that people continue to blindly defend video games. I love video games, but it's unfortunate that at this point in its relatively (compared to movies, etc) people are not willing to at least consider the other side of the argument.
If anybody clicks on the link, you'll see that this info is based on a study, not just some guy spewing an opinion. I know that studies can be skewed to show what you want in some cases, but my main point is that we shouldn't just dismiss what somebody is saying because you feel it threatens your Call of Duty games or whatever. Honestly, they aren't even really saying that you shouldn't play violent games, just that too much of them could have a negative effect. That actually sounds reasonable.
opcode wrote:@FrenchFryGuy: can you guarantee that just because violent games didn't have an effect on you, that everyone exposed to violent games from early age won't display a tendency to aggressiveness when they become an adult?
Johnknight1 wrote:5. This makes Ohio State look about as legitimate as the scandals around their former head football coach Jim Tressel. They should fire this guy like how Jack Thompson lost his legal bar, and thus is no longer a lawyer.
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