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The Media Bias Against Video Games

In this Head to Head segment, Kotaku correspondent Amanda Glasser and Assistant Professor at USC Annenberg School for Communication Dmitri Williams discuss the media's often negative portrayal of the video game industry.

The cover why the media might be biased, as well as give reasons as to why some game publishers actually might enjoy the negative attention.

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iggypop1232710d ago

at first i thought this vid was about kotaku's bias in reporting

buy a ps32710d ago

Im glad someone addressed this i'm not a fan of G4 but i give them propts for bring light to this subject.

Endorphin2710d ago

I think that gaming is by far the richest form of entertainment that I find myself drawn to today. I really hope that in the future that more people open up and accept video games as they accept watching movies and listening to music. We just saw last year that the video game business outsold the movie business which is something quite surprising because it shows that it is finally hitting mainstream.

T3L3PROOF2710d ago

its true that games aren't for kids anymore, but ive been playing games since 96' and i haven't killed nor murdered anyone, and i never get in fights at schools, well only twice but it was some wannabe gangsters.

My point is that either through my whole life ive been playing M+ games and i do not feel my mind being corrupted by video games, sure its addicting but it doesn't make me want to kill someone.

and for the teens (like me) when they say that "sex" games influence us, its just cuz were going through a process where our enzymes go nuts.

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