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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 549d ago | opinion piece

People Who Criticize Violent Games Should Play Them. The People Who Make Them Should Say Something

Kotaku: IGN editor-in-chief Casey Lynch works on weekends and asked me last Saturday to chime in on the topic of violent video games.

He hit up some other folks, too. So if you'd like to know what Adam Sessler, Ben Kuchera, Ben Silverman, Brian Crecente, Dan Hsu, Dan Stapleton, Francesca Reyes, Harold Goldberg, Ian Bogost, Jeff Gerstmann, Jeremy Parish, Jim Sterling, John Davison, Kevin VanOrd, Kris Graft, Leigh Alexander, Logan Decker, Ludwig Kietzmann and Sophia Tong had to say about the state of the debate about violent video games, go read Casey's piece. (Culture)

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