No thanks. I don't even like Call of Duty, but this is just a stupid idea.
It's a tragedy that the people died and stuff, but me not playing a video game will not accomplish anything. And no, I will not sit around being sad about the dead people, and no, I will certainly not pray for them.
I understand that it sucks when this stuff happens, and the families affected by it have my permission to be sad and cry all they want to, but I can't do anything about it, and neither can anyone else.
This kind of stuff can't be prevented. Video games are not the cause, and neither are gun control laws. People caused this, and you can't prevent people from happening.
This ceasefire is worse then doing nothing. Well, actually, that's exactly what it is, doing nothing, but at least those actually doing nothing may wise up and participate in something meaningful if they feel guilty enough. Most of the people involved in this will do nothing better that day and feel like they already contributed to some kind of awareness campaign. Get off your ass and do something. Donate money to a cause. Donate your time to a charity. Do SOMETHING. Giving a homeless person some spare change does more then this campaign.
Twilight is like Soccer: 2 hours of people running around, no one scoring and millions of fans telling me I don't get it. - Maliice