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Submitted by Xanthus22 843d ago | opinion piece

The Zen of Video Games – A Man With A Gun

Leviathyn.com | Some of my favorite video games are almost entirely peaceful. In fact, my favorite Tex Murphy games (that I keep going on and on about – should get embarrassing any day now) don’t have you shoot anyone – although the first two games, Mean Streets and Martian Memorandum, allowed Tex to wield a gun, and I don’t think the second game had you shoot a person. Though you do have to shoot a snake. But it was a bad, evil snake, so that makes it okay. (Call of Duty, Doom, PC, PS3, Wolfenstein 3D, Xbox 360)

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