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Submitted by sarydactl 970d ago | opinion piece

On Freedom of Speech and Video Games

"A group dedicated to helping the victims of natural crisis has decided to start destroying violent video games in exchange for coupons around the town. After the video games are destroyed, they will be permanently disposed in a dumpster. All for the sake of preventing violence among children. Skewed priorities aside, this event will only incite more violence and encourage censorship in America. Where else did such an event take place? A little book called Fahrenheit 451." | Explosion.com (3DS, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

OhReginald  +   970d ago
In order to destroy violent video games, you had to have purchased violent video games.

Sounds like a big waste of money to me, either way its actually supporting the video game industry if anything lol.
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wallis  +   970d ago
Yes it's stupid, yes they're stupid - I wouldn't bother writing any more on it. I doubt they'll be reading an article defending video-games any more than I'd be reading an article telling me they're evil. No one's changing any body's mind and all I can say is just let natural selection take its course. I'm sure these cretins will eventually exterminate themselves through a variety of comedic and astoundingly moronic accidents - one of which might ironically be the inhalation of plastic fumes from burning video games.

We can only hope.

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