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Submitted by StillGray 1118d ago | opinion piece

Should I Have Tweeted About Hitman The Day Of The Sandy Hook Tragedy?

Gameranx: "While everyone in the industry has been re-examining their feelings in regards to the dubious effects of violence in video games I have been willfully ignoring the whole thing, not because I don’t think it’s an important issue—I do. It’s just that I firmly believe that violence in games is a direct reflection of society and not the other way around and that games are not a trigger to someone already predisposed to extreme violence." (Culture)

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