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Re: Gaming Industry Peddles Murder-Ware to Teens
Posted by emmap on 2005-01-05 17:18:10
In reply to tvienti
Yes, we live in a world were some irresponsible must be stopped as they bring to our child the biggest shit ever made : virtual reality violent games featuring mafias, violence, murder and such stuff which became with the advanced technology of today real danger for our futures life. We need to stop this now : video games are now really near the reality and child with their not so subtle minds and all the problems they face for their age have different things to do than adding even more playing such lame games. And don't speak about music as an example : some musics are bad for the spirit like video games are. Music is a language for the soul so bad musics are bad for the health. Bad videos games are filling mind of child with bad pictures, bad scene and they have enough to suffer with their parents shouting and their problem at school. Video games which feature too much violence are the good path for them to believe that the values they learnt are a way of making our way in this life. That's really a shame that such games are sold and are legal. I was playing since the appearance of Wolfenstein 3D and since this game, I have totally stopped such activity as I find it disgusting and bad for my health. I've seen all the mew games running and I fear about their realism and I advise anybody who have copies of them to destroy them right away. Then write to their maker to explain them that what they do are bad.

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Re: Gaming Industry Peddles Murder-Ware to Teens  Jon Newton  2004-10-20 08:39:27
Re: Gaming Industry Peddles Murder-Ware to Teens  tvienti  2004-10-20 08:49:15
Re: Gaming Industry Peddles Murder-Ware to Teens  emmap  2005-01-05 17:18:10
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