Violent games should not be allowed for kids
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Children can be influenced by things much more easily and that consumption of violent video games causes violent behaviours.
First: What causes violence in children?
One research concluded that violence in children is caused by two things:
1: Being domestically abused (physically or sexually), which causes stress
2: Not being able to express their emotions, which also causes stress
Point: Stress is one of the main things that causes violence. 
Research has been conducted, and the most common result that people see from playing violent video games is the reduction of stress. Violent video games, particularly in the first person shooter genre, has also said to improve eyesight. 
But video games can still influence children to be more violent right?
However, studies show that video games help control violence and keep it under control. Video games helped reduce aggressiveness and bully-like habits.
Finally, despite the fact technology is getting better, in the present day children can still draw the line between reality and fantasy. Graphics and visuals all may be getting better, but children can still see that, indeed, it is still a game. Quoted directly from this article, "As kids grow, most distinguish fantasy from reality." Assuming that we are talking about Rated M games (Rated M for Mature, can only be bought by adults), we are going to assume that the usage of the word children refers to that of children under the age of eighteen. Any child at least at the age of six should be able to identify the line between reality and a game.
We can conclude that video games are not a major reason of violence in children.
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