Violent videogames are good for you. No, really. Particularly violent games that allow you to shoot first, and deal with the bloodshed and self-recrimination later. Increasingly, the games we play are forcing us to be accountable for our actions, and in ever more complex ways.
While hysterical parents warm their hands on burning copies of Manhunt, bleating endlessly about how access to such mindless violence is corrupting young minds, all the latest research is to the contrary.