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They should make a Video Game about how Video Games cause violence.

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2 years ago#1
In this game, you're playing games on your couch when all of a sudden all your friends and other people start getting super violent because of video games.


When suddenly you decide someone should do something about it! So you go on a violent rampage to stop all these violent friends.
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2 years ago#2
In all seriousness though I think that Video Games make us at least Jaded to violence.

Whether you consider that good or bad, well that depends.
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2 years ago#3
go away
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2 years ago#4
Violence has been around for thousands of years and video games have been around for how many years? Books and Movies are as violent, if not more!
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2 years ago#5
The original post reminds me of a game Jack Thompson dared the game community to make, and if they made it, he would donate a bunch of money to a charity that helps kids. Well, some guys got together and made that game - some "I'm OK" game where you go around and kill people in the video game industry because of violence caused by video games (exactly as Thompson wanted) - and he renegged on it.

So Penny Arcade took donations and made a massive donation in his name to a charity, and I think that's how Child's Play started.


Long story short, it's been done.
2 years ago#6
Q_Sensei posted...
In all seriousness though I think that Video Games make us at least Jaded to violence.

Whether you consider that good or bad, well that depends.


Have you watched someone die in real life and didn't care? If not, you only think video games have made you jaded to violence. I volunteer for a hospice and watched a man with throat cancer die when a tumor in his neck caused his jugular to hemorrhage. After playing violent video games and watching violent movies for decades I was in no way jaded to what was happening in front of me.

Games and movies make you jaded to seeing fake violence on a screen. Not the real thing.
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2 years ago#7
Play Spec Ops: The Line. Not exactly the same but I guess it's kinda close.
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2 years ago#8
ComfortablySad posted...
Q_Sensei posted...
In all seriousness though I think that Video Games make us at least Jaded to violence.

Whether you consider that good or bad, well that depends.


Have you watched someone die in real life and didn't care? If not, you only think video games have made you jaded to violence. I volunteer for a hospice and watched a man with throat cancer die when a tumor in his neck caused his jugular to hemorrhage. After playing violent video games and watching violent movies for decades I was in no way jaded to what was happening in front of me.

Games and movies make you jaded to seeing fake violence on a screen. Not the real thing.


true.
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2 years ago#9
They should make a hack n slash where you go postal on the general population of the gamefaqs community.
2 years ago#10
Reminds me of that episode of seinfeld.....
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