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Submitted by travisefreese 874d ago | article

Solving the "Violent Video Game" Problem: Parent Censorship

We all know the debate. Non-Gamers use video games as a scapegoat to explain the negative aspects of modern culture, and gamers listen to their arguments with big WTF looks on their face. But have no fear, Travis from Leviathyn.com has a simple soultion to the violent video game "problem." (Culture)

DwightOwen  +   874d ago
If more parents did their job in this country, it would solve a hell of a lot more than the imaginary "violent video game problem".

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