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Submitted by RamsesNum1 321d ago | article

90's Parents Freak Out Over "Realistic" Nintendo Console

When you see the word video games on a news channel nowadays, it's almost always followed by a negative connotation. Whether it's the violence, the addiction, the distraction or sometimes even crime and death, it's never good.

Even during a time where Super Mario was the most "immersive" and "violent" game around, parents were concerned over the well-being of their children. Turns out that video games and the media have never gotten along, even during the 8-bit era. (Culture, Nintendo)

vishmarx  +   321d ago
lol somebody show em this
http://www.youtube.com/watc...
RamsesNum1  +   321d ago
If only they could see the kind of stuff we play today. I just really want to see their reaction.
No4Love  +   321d ago
Well CoD makes the kids rage... idk :D
TheArabGamer  +   321d ago
God, I miss the 90's.

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