Eskimo Press: "Cliffviewpilot somehow connect a Garden State Plaza shooting with the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts. The mainstream morons are at it again."
Hmm let's see, I see an American History X poster in the background of the picture this loser is posing in,American History X is one of the most violent movies out there, let's blame video games instead... I got a great idea, let's stop blaming Videogames, movies, books, music or whatever other lame thing you can come up with and actually start blaming the individual for their actions.
A suicide in a mall that injured no one is the fault of a game that just released? Oh media...
he shot himself right?
From my understanding, yes. He wanted attention. He went to a mall to shoot himself and probably opened fire (at apparently no one) to get people to watch but ended up committing suicide in some corner that lead to it taking hours to find the body.
You know if this was the case you figure the guy would have better aim. In poor taste I might recommend you pull his stats and see how bad he does at the game. Really though, see how ridiculous this is? I can't even type a good response.
every year its the same idea, rinse and repeat story just like cod apparently nothing new here folks :P
I especially liked the media frenzy over GTA. I didn't buy this latest one but reading all that crap really made me laugh. Most gamers I know are more content in getting their work shift done or school assignment complete so they can game. They aren't out there wanting to shoot up the place.
Of course video games again... tbh i think most of us dont even get annoyed over these video games cause real life murders any more, there's so many of them with literally no evidence to support the claim, i bet the developers just sit back in their chairs laughing their asses off at the media for giving them more publicity
he must have had a pre released copy because thier no way he was playing codg.
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