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Submitted by Jockie 1425d ago | article

Games made me do it

The Reticule writes: As Monday evening’s London Evening Standard shows, games are evil. By simply playing one, we are allowing our ideals and moral fibre to be warped by the wicked companies responsible for making them. Games are directly responsible for the acts of every idiot/madman/rioter across the world. After playing games since the age of around 7 or 8, the crimes I have committed as a result of my (100% scientifically proven) games addiction are numerous and as yet un-catalogued. Now, for the first time I will reveal to you my secret shame – a full unabridged confession of criminal acts performed by me, inspired by gaming. (Bomberman, Bubble Bobble, Culture, Dragon Age: Origins, Grand Theft Auto IV, Half-Life, MineSweeper, The Sims)

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