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Submitted by Donnieboi 792d ago | news

Mario Party 9 and Animal Crossing named in Guardian's violent games Axis of Evil

Call of Duty, Halo 4, Far Cry, Borderlands – all violent games, yes, but the real damage is being done by those that conceal their violence behind a duplicitous family-friendly wrapping.

Yesterday The Guardian published a feature entitled ‘Violence and guns in best-selling video games’ that, to be fair to it, included an absolutely LOVELY interactive graph. (Culture)

yewles1  +   793d ago
ROFLMFAO!!!
BlackWolf  +   793d ago
WHAAT? haha what a good laugh...

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