Submitted by ThomasBW84 1026d ago | opinion piece

Talking Point: Gun Violence and Nintendo is an Unlikely Pairing

Yesterday, Eurogamer published an extensive investigative article exploring the links between the gun industry and video games. Most importantly, the focus wasn't just on subjective debates about the relationship between guns in games and those on the market, but also explored real, undeniable links between the industries. No matter how anyone would like to slice it, money flows between game publishers and gun manufacturers, which means that the debate about violent games has an undeniable relevance.

Nintendo Life considers how Nintendo's failure to secure a significant share of the hardcore FPS market could spare it of challenges ahead. (Industry, Nintendo, Wii U)

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