Violent Video Games Essay

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  • Violent Video Games

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    Nintendo game console, video games have become integral part of our entertainment experience. In the last 20 years the improvements in video technology has only bolstered the appeal of video games, making them one of the top forms of entertainment for all ages and genders. The amount of people playing video games continues to rise at an alarming rate. Video games are a great way to alleviate stress, they allow you to relax, escape from reality and just decompress from life. Violent video games desensitize

  • Violent Video Games

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    Video games have been around for over fifty years and have become quite popular over the past four decades. In fact, they are so popular that a certain subset of them have recently come into scrutiny and are a topic of hot debate. This subset contains video games that are violent in nature, which, many people loathe. Those people try to use many fallacious tactics to persuade others to join their cause. Take the article ‘Violent Video Games Can Desensitize Players and Increase Aggression’ for example

  • Violent Video Games

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    A significantly large portion of the video games created within the past 5 to 10 years contain some form of violence. On top of that, some of the most popular video games out in the market today are extremely violent and warrant an “M” rating for mature. Video game developers are well aware of this trend and continue to produce more graphic, interactive, and realistic content. Therefore, there is a concern that the vast amount of violence in video games is changing how youth develop and what they

  • Violent Video Games

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    Since video games have been introduced, video games have been accused of contributing too many atrocities, and acts of violence. News outlets paint video games as being a source of which some acts of violence happen. Yes, violent video games have become more popular, meanwhile becoming controversial, but still there exist no links between aggression and video games. The University of Bologna says that “owning videogames does not in fact seem to have negative effects on aggressive human behavior”

  • Violent Video Games

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    Kids Should Not be Able to Buy or Play Violent Video Games “Beep, Click, Click, BANG, BAM,” goes the sound of your game and your controllers, and then all of a sudden, “You have to be kidding me, this is making me so mad,” you yell without even realizing it! You are currently about to lose a videogame that you have been trying to beat for what seems like a million years. In a very aggressive way you turn off the game, throw down the controller, and say to yourself in a very frustrated tone, “I

  • Violent Video Games

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    in the head right after playing grand theft auto IV. In America the rate of mass shootings and obesity each year. Video Games also teach antisocial behavior. Video games are responsible for increase of violence in schools, desensitizing American youth, and prompting unhealthy behaviors. Violent video games increase the amount of mass shootings every year. The violence in the video games teach kids and even some adults to do things that they normally wouldn't know how to do, the first person shooter

  • Violent Video Games

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    burning passion for video games all my life for about three different generations of video game consoles. The video games I’ve played vary from family friendly games such as Super Mario Bros. to mature games such as Grand Theft Auto V. New blockbuster games are being released consistently each year, so it appears my hobby will stay with me for years to come. The only industry that rivals the videogame industry is the movie industry however arguments can be made that video games have more influence

  • Violent Games And Violent Video Games

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    As video game images become increasingly more realistic and graphic. Therefore, is there any link between the violence depicted in those games and violence in real life? Students are the main group people who played violent video games very often. Also, losing a game causes many people to have a negative impact. Last, the attitudes on violent game and antisocial. Games are everywhere around us, such as cellphones, televisions, or computers, but violent games are the most popular type of game. The

  • Video Games and Violent Video Games' Effect

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    A video game is “an electronic game in which players control images on a television or computer screen” (Merriam-Webster). Video games have been entertaining and challenging gamers since the Game Boy to modern console games. Despite the simplicity of the definition of video games, a video game, especially ones containing violence can have a large effect on the gamer. Because of the realism and advancements in the video game industry, video games can influence the player, and can make the gamer more

  • Video Game : Violent Video Games

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    The video game industry possible causing behavioral problems for people of all ages. Video game violence isn’t breaking news for years people have played games with murder and sexual innuendos. People ask why violent video games are so attractive, maybe it’s a way to escape from real life or even therapeutic. History shows us that human being like violence, in roman time gladiators killed people and animals for sport with huge number of people as an audience. Today the video game industry has found