4 rules for creating mainstream media gaming controversies

ARS: Several times a year, the media picks up on an event that portrays games as terrible, terrible things that will destroy the very souls of our nation's children. One game chosen from the flood released every year is held up for all to see and be properly enraged by. But many times, these stories are manufactured to create controversy, not to educate viewers about the realities of gaming.

Which is why we've decided to help. For people who don't follow the gaming industry or may not be educated on its many wiles, we offer these rules for deciding if a gaming-related story is really worth the anger, outrage, or disbelief.

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