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Started: 11/30/2017 Category: Games
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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no one makes games violent on purpose. it is only in your head but not the game


Call of Duty: Kill the enemies with guns.
Halo: Kill the enemies with futuristic guns.
Mortal Kombat: Pull your enemy's skull off of their body, spine attached. Or any other horrible Fatality while they scream in pain.

I have no idea what you're talking about.
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Posted by PowerPikachu21 2 years ago
If you still deny that Mortal Kombat is a great example of violence, I could link a Fatality compilation from MKX.
Posted by Simple_Logic 2 years ago
I think what you mean to say is the violent perceptions of what we see truly do exist only in our mind. As these are only video games, they do not hurt people in real life. However these are also projections of other peoples minds and in the tangible world they would be considered extremely violent actions.

And yes, we make video games violent on purpose to make capital from a market of players that enjoy virtual violence.
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