A Brief "History" of Animal Cruelty in Games

A couple of weeks ago a group of high school students in Massachusetts climbed atop their soapbox and expressed their concern over the killing of "innocent dogs" in 'Call of Duty: World at War', saying that killing dogs in a video game could lead impressionable youth to kill animals in real life.

Little do these people realize that the senseless and brutal killing of animals is a time-honored tradition in video games that reaches back to the earliest days of the NES. It is a trend that, for many years, has gone unchallenged in the world of video games -- but thankfully that may finally be changing.

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