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    Quote Originally Posted by brendon7358 View Post
    This is insane, a violent video game does not encourage kid's to be violent, and still don't blame the game blame the person who let them play it !
    Actually, it does contribute to it when there isn't proper behavioral learning being accounted for.




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    Quote Originally Posted by F34R View Post
    Actually, it does contribute to it when there isn't proper behavioral learning being accounted for.
    So... that means you blame the parents and/or guardians, right? It isn't the game fault. The reason people get away with things and commit such crimes is because society gives them a crutch to make excuses. At 8 years old I didn't need anyone telling me shooting my grandmother would be wrong. C'mon now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by $Greatness$ View Post
    So... that means you blame the parents and/or guardians, right? It isn't the game fault. The reason people get away with things and commit such crimes is because society gives them a crutch to make excuses. At 8 years old I didn't need anyone telling me shooting my grandmother would be wrong. C'mon now.
    You can't JUST blame the parents for everything. They are at the top of the hierarchy though. The $#@! rolls downhill fast from there though.

    I wouldn't say it's the games "FAULT". That's a scapegoat word, or a broad term.




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    Video games are a clear factor in human violent behavior. We all know the catholics played "the inquisitor 1250" and Hitler quickly mastered "the holocaust files" I mean those games created really $#@!ed up kids!!!

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