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Submitted by OriginalPSP 790d ago | opinion piece

This Week in Gaming (Snarky Edition): U.S. Senators Discuss Violent Video Games, Facepalms Follow

PSP:

I really want to be snarky about something else. There should be plenty there, right? I could talk about the Wii U forecast being lowered like a limbo bar, or all the people complaining about the price of the new Call of Duty: Black Ops II map packs who bought them anyway.

Alas… various Senators and pundits keep opening their mouths about “violent video games” despite not having any real qualifications to talk about gaming. (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Culture, Industry)

tachy0n  +   790d ago
the government should ask the people before doing anything, we make their salaries.

they keep trying to restrict everything including the internet and now they go against gaming?, we the people should not let that happen, vote these retards out.
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