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Submitted by rob_zed 715d ago | opinion piece

Violent video games: a primary school perspective

A look inside the classroom provides an interesting insight into the age old debate of violent video games and kids (Battlefield 4, Culture, Grand Theft Auto V)

TheOmniGamer  +   716d ago
If you're a kid in primary school, pretty sure you shouldn't be playing violent video games in the first place. Go play Mario and Nintendo games like most of us did back when we were younger then when your old, move onto more adult and mature video games.
Scrivlar  +   714d ago
I'd rather younger kids didn't play adult games but in my youth I grew up with the Resident Evils, the GTA's and Mortal Kombat etc. I also made time for my Pokemon, Crash, and Mario games however. Perhaps a healthy balance between the two and a clear understanding of what's right and wrong first.

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