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Submitted by awesomeoutof 1042d ago | opinion piece

A history of violence

Steven Hansen takes a look at the inherent, perpetuating violence and aggression in most video games, looking particularly as the problematic Uncharted 3, its mass killings and the cognitive dissonance it breeds. (Batman: Arkham City, Catherine, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, ICO & SOTC HD Collection, PC, Persona 3: FES, Portal 2, PS Vita, PS3, Rayman Origins, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, Xbox 360)

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