All this incorrect finger pointing, parents not wanting to take the blame for being ****, sad really. The writer for Catcher in the Rye wasn't beat as bad as video games have been, and his product lead to a presidential assassination attempt... --- Everyone on GameFaqs pretty much is a troll. This site honestly has the WORST user base I have ever seen. -Tuggboat1121
However this is about as stupid as being a vegetarian because you don't want to hurt animals.
I am almost curious to see how successful this will be but all I can say for sure is that it won't get my support.
I agree. I am alright that he is trying to make an effort, that in his eyes, may be a successful way to end violent shootings. However, violent video games aren't the sole cause of these shootings in my opinions. An unstable family, poverty, bullying, and mental issues make a far larger impact than playing CoD. --- GT: ShamefulFool
While we're at it, lets get rid of violent TV shows, movies... Then we should get rid of violence from the media too...
He does bring a mildly valid point, not going to lie, CoD does feel very mindless shooter like a majority of them, I am already bored of MP and zombies... Not trading it in cause its "violent" but because its mindlessly boring to me...
Don't get how something so monstrously repetitive, and bland can be so addicting. Then again, I was always an action game type person (always enjoyed things like MGS/Dishonored, where you can go through the whole game w/o killing anyone)
Sounds to me like there are going to be bins of free video games just sitting there around that town. I'd go grab a few. --- "Oh Pish Posh! Nothing but Rubbish! Simple stereotypes conceived by the common mind of a lesser man." -- Kenedy Rose