Okay, this is beyond absurd. Why are video games still being blamed for violent behavior?
It's not like video games are a new medium; they've been around for decades. It's not like it's a niche activity either; playing video games is a very common and normal part of most people's lives. And it's not like there's any evidence to support the idea that playing video games cause people to act violently so why, for the love the Linux penguin, are video games still suffering that stigma?
What do you think, readers? How much longer are video games going to be blamed for violent behavior? Vote in the poll and let us know. When you're done, share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section or send us an email at SuperPACpodcast@gmail.com. EZK and I will discuss this topic and reveal the results on the next podcast.
Now if you'll excuse me, I must go whine some more about GTA V not being on the Wii U.
-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen