MWEB GameZone writes: "A late night gaming session has turned violent in Japan after the young gamers made too much noise. Here are the details."
wow. just wow.
Hahah couldnt have said it better myself. I wonder what the parents will say about this incident...
That guy was psycho though.
Probably tell the kids not to be so loud anymore and make a case against the perp...
Why use a bloodied Xbox 360 controller? to promote violence when xbox does not exist in Japan? mmmmmm just wandering .....
eish, not the proper way to teach them respect.
If anything, they will have less respect now for someone who does something like that.
Yah, maybe someone can rather develop a game to teach kids more respect :) With headset support of course!!!!!
The problem with stories like these, is that inevitably too much attention is paid to the "gaming" aspect, as opposed the violence aspect.
Yah, thankfully this time it will be much harder to say voilent games caused the incident. Might actually show a counter argument, as the kids were just a bit noisy :)
Maybe not a bit, maybe very - that's no justification for that kind of violence. Who knows what else the kids were up to.
Yeh it really does, agreed
True. This has nothing to do with gaming or what game is being played "which caused him to snap" . This is just a violent neighbour who can't deal with a bit of noise in a sensible manner.
How about rather calling the cops on them?
Exactly, that would have been the best route, instead, he did something that I believe he should go to jail for. Throwing away your own life like that for some noise is just stupid :(
Dont give me ideas about my noisy neighbor lol...
After reading the comments here, it's easy to tell who did not read the article. Let me clear one thing up: The neighbor was the violent one, not the noisy guys playing video games.
Those Mario Party matches can get pretty heated. Seriously though, the game being played is completely irrelevant.
I once tied a neighbours' car to his girlfriends' car, because he was really noisy (every day) and being a d*ck about it. Damage was done....
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