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Submitted by Pozzle 677d ago | opinion piece

5 Games That Actually Prove How Messed Up Kids Are

Dorkly: With the release of Grand Theft Auto V, people are more concerned than ever about the effects of children taking part in acts of virtual violence. There's a few problems with this worry, though: firstly, GTA V is rated M, and is absolutely not intended for children. Secondly, GTA V forces you to commit acts of violence. It encourages and rewards brutalizing and murdering your fellow man. What really reveals bad behavior in kids are when they lash out violently in games intended for them that don't reward such behavior. Here are the gaming acts of violence parents should have really been worried about. (Culture)

Relientk77  +   676d ago
Wildlife Massacres in Oregon Trail

yeah, I've totally done that lol

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