• Yes, experts agree.

    Just ask any kid who plays Call of Duty, and you will see how much violence and mayhem is glorified for them. Colonel Dave Grossman is the best authority on this subject. He has several good points about violence in video games making kids more effective killers in real life.

  • No they do not

    All evidence shows that violent video games do not contribute to more violence in society, and the very claim they do just does not meet with the evidence. The reality is certain people are offended by violent video games and want every reason to ban such content, and will lie to get this done.

  • No they do not.

    Video games do provoke a range of emotional responses – frustration, anxiety, elation, even sadness. But the same can be said of every other form of media out there – novels, movies, music, comic books, the list goes on. And just like movies and novels, the best video games are the ones that elicit the deepest response.In the end of the day, a video game will not kill a person any more than a movie or a song or a book will. Each of these could tip an unstable psyche over the edge but it will be the gun in that person’s hand that will allow them to slaughter indiscriminately.

  • No, video games are not responsible for the violence in society.

    Video games are not responsible for the violence that happens in society. The majority of people who play games knows the difference between the virtual world and reality. People play games to relax, enjoy, and have fun. While I do agree video games desensitize and makes us more used to violence, killing a creature in a video game can not be considered the same as killing a person in real life. It is the individuals that commit the violence that are responsible for the actions and not the video games itself.

  • No, video games do not attribute to violence; they numb us to violence.

    We learn our morals from our parents and the community we grow up in. If violence is not acceptable in the community and home, we learn that violence is wrong. However, video games are full of graphic violence.The more we are exposed to realistic violence, the more we learn to ignore it. No one is shocked anymore when a child is accidentally killed in a drive-by shooting because we have seen it a hundred times on certain video games.

  • No They Do Not

    Video games do not lead to or cause violence in society. People that play games know that there is a difference between graphics on a screen and reality. Millions of people play video games and are not violent at all. People that think they do do not know what they're talking about.

  • Individuals who say video games contribute to violence are scapegoating.

    I do not believe that video games contribute to violence in society. We've been subjected to violent TV shows for two generations and violence in society has not increased significantly. It's the same way with violent music.

    People that attribute violence to video games are scapegoating. We should blame the perpetrators for their crimes, rather than trying to blame third parties for the crimes of others.

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