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Submitted by pat_11_5 754d ago | news

Intelligent gamers try to educate Katie Couric on video games

After the show aired, Couric received a significant backlash and she asked gamers to Tweet the positive side of violent video games. After watching the show, it’s easy to tell that the argument was very one-sided, but it isn’t as horrible as some gamers make it out to be. (Call of Duty, Culture, Halo)

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