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Post  Arti on Sat Aug 28, 2010 3:42 pm

Utah Attorney General: gaming decisions belong with parents
I wish people would just think rationally a bit before making bills that won't hold up in court.
Can video games make one seem vengeful?
If empathetic with the characters, yes.
Can video games make one competitive?
It does, just as much as any game or sport.
Can video games make one temporarily bully another?
If mocked when lost, yes.
Can video games make one temporarily hostile?
It's more commonly known as ROAD RAGE which is no different from a teenager riding a bike, so yes, it does.
Does a video game make one want to kill?
It depends on the individual, the environment, and the situation (mainly in hunting and police gaming).
Does playing a video game make one a murderer?
No it doesn't?
Does a video game teach one to use a weapon?
If it isn't meant for that purpose, no it doesn't.
Utah AG mulls options on violent video game case - California

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Post  Guest on Sat Aug 28, 2010 5:11 pm

for video games
i dont like them
they wast my time
Evil or Very Mad

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Post  Artilects rule! on Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:23 am

This Is California's U.S. Supreme Court Argument Against Violent Video Games.


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