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User Info: jrr18

jrr18
4 years ago#1
You would think that anti video game activists could at least be consistent.

http://www.gamespot.com/news/nra-ios-game-draws-criticism-6402479
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User Info: spectermaster14

spectermaster14
4 years ago#2
I'm all for calling out ignorance and hypocrisy, but their game is in no way violent. Seems to be about as violent as popping soup cans with a pellet gun.

User Info: gikos

gikos
4 years ago#3
wow they threw their logic out the window
NRA.bah bah games are bad for kids so here a game about guns for your kids yeah let's teach them about it all
.....no wonder people try to ignore them geez
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User Info: theatrical_cat

theatrical_cat
4 years ago#4
spectermaster14 posted...
I'm all for calling out ignorance and hypocrisy, but their game is in no way violent. Seems to be about as violent as popping soup cans with a pellet gun.


Agreed. It's an educational game, at best. Might as well say how hypocritical Math Blaster is, you guys.
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User Info: Sayoria

Sayoria
4 years ago#5
Well, if Activision, EA, Sony and Microsoft would stop making Killing Simulators, the world would be a happy place with no violence.
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User Info: lostnumberwar

lostnumberwar
4 years ago#6
spectermaster14 posted...
I'm all for calling out ignorance and hypocrisy, but their game is in no way violent. Seems to be about as violent as popping soup cans with a pellet gun.


Why are there human shaped targets?
And now for something completely the same.

User Info: SoleilArclion

SoleilArclion
4 years ago#7
gikos posted...
wow they threw their logic out the window
NRA.bah bah games are bad for kids so here a game about guns for your kids yeah let's teach them about it all
.....no wonder people try to ignore them geez


Proper education >>>>> stupid ignorance.

User Info: spectermaster14

spectermaster14
4 years ago#8
From: lostnumberwar | #006
spectermaster14 posted...
I'm all for calling out ignorance and hypocrisy, but their game is in no way violent. Seems to be about as violent as popping soup cans with a pellet gun.


Why are there human shaped targets?


Same reason there are round targets. It's an educational app attempting to show a realistic shooting range.

User Info: darkphoenix181

darkphoenix181
4 years ago#9
they made the violent game so they could scapegoat video games and keep their guns
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User Info: BaseChouGoku

BaseChouGoku
4 years ago#10
NRA is a business. Every time there is a school shooting, they see dollar signs and get happy
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