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Submitted by -Mezzo- 808d ago | opinion piece

10 Video Games The NRA Blames For Real-Life Violence

Complex - Regardless of what your views surrounding the gun control debate are, it's fair to say that the NRA's frequent and often uneducated ranting about violent video games aren't helping anyone in the debate. Whether violent media is what's causing violence in our society or not, the discussion is best served when all sides are rational and diplomatic with their debates. Unfortunately most spokespeople for the organization prefer to make a spectacle out of opinion and love dragging certain games up on stage for a censorship dog and pony show. (Call of Duty, Culture, Doom, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas)

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