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Do you believe it is fair to ban violent video games?

  • violent video games

    I personally agree, It is a known fact that we learn by repetition. By allowing children to play violent video games it starts to desensitize them at an early age to the effects of violence. These games were originally designed for military training to help soldiers overcome their hesitancy in shooting the enemy.

  • Why ban it?

    I don't even get why you would want to do it in the first place, and I feel like this is completely unfair in the right of how people like to play games that they enjoy, and they like games that are fun, these games are made so that people can play for fun, and also competitive.

  • No... Just no.

    If you ban a violent video game, it's probably very addicting to the player, if you take that away from the player, the player will act like the world is a very boring place to be living on, if you don't ban the violent games, the player(s) won't be bored as much, and they will probably be a game creator and make money from it, so no, it is NOT FAIR TO BAN VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES!

  • Banning video game only make the matter worse

    Ban the game would not help anything.There are many reason of violence behaviour but i think the three main reason are 1.Parental abusement: kids who get parental abusement are more likely to become violent even without the video game because they think acting violent isnormal.2.Poverty: Poverty is one of the major reason of disaster.It can lead people even to commit violent crime.3.Parental raising up : It also depend on how the parents raise up there child.Children who are being spoiled are more likely to have a hurtful behaviour . Video game are only the small part of causing violent behaviour.Government should concern on these factors instead blaming everything on the video game.There are many people who play video game and still can control yourself.Video game can make people happy and it can also beeing an outlet of anger and stress for some people.And it can be educational benefit.It is very unfair to do like that.

  • Banning video game only make the matter worse

    People who said it should be banned are not smart. They dont see the far reaching consequence.Video game only has a little effect on your behaviour.Main reason of bad behaviour come from that parents dont know how to raise their child and spoil them.The second main reason is that person has his own problems and want to release their pain by hurting other people.3 reason is that person had a false believe.They think that something is bad ,is good for them.Video game is only an entertainment not a brainwasher. There are many people who play violent video game and doesn't become a bad person.So its very unfair.Video game are only for fun.

  • not at all

    No, it is not fair to ban violent video games, because there are a lot of people that really like to sit and play them, and the game companies would lose a lot of money if they were taken off of the market just because they had a little violence.

  • It certainly isn't

    It's not the fault of responsible adults that play violent games that irresponsible parents let kids that aren't supposed to have them play. Banning games isn't going to solve anything, it's just going to irritate people that aren't at fault for the results of people having things they specifically aren't meant to.

  • Don't ban video games

    It would not be fair to ban violent video games but there should be an age limit on violent video games. This is because the games today are so graphic, they make the games made twenty years ago pale in comparison. An outright ban would not be legal in America.

  • Censorship doesn't help.

    No, I do not believe that it is fair to ban violent video games, because complete censorship is never the answer. With complete censorship, society will always be discontent. With censorship, people will always wonder what the truth is. We cannot ban violent video games, because we cannot tell people what to say and what to do


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