Violent video games appeal to girls and boys alike

Despite parental concerns about teens overdoing it with video games, most middle-school-age children play them regularly, a study published in this month's issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health finds.And many of those, according to the survey of 1,254 seventh- and eighth-graders in Pennsylvania and South Carolina, play games rated mature.
Only 80 students interviewed said they had played no video games in the past six months...

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ReBurn3848d ago

My 12 year old daughter and 9 year old son both want me to let them play Crackdown. But they're just too young.

kspraydad3848d ago

heck do they even know it exists!

Auto4263848d ago

Well, at least it's nice to see a study that doesn't say something along the lines of "Violent video games are turning kids into murderers".