Children should not be allowed to play violent video games
Under-Aged Children Should Not Be Allowed To Play Violent Video Games 250 Americans die from this tragedy every year. There is a good explanation in and a good argument in violent video games. Jeopardizing the killing of people or animals, he use and abuse of alcohol, criminal behavior, disrespect of the law, sexual exploitation, racial, sexual and gender stereotypes, foul language and obscene gestures.
Examples Of Violent Video Games; Dead Space 2, Mortal Combat, Medal of Honor, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Castlevania: Lords of Shadows, Assassins Creed, Dead Rising 2, Halo: Reach, Naughty Bear, Mafia 2, and Grand Theft Auto
There are ratings for video games and apparently that is not enough. There should be a restricted age on the video games that are considered for the “mature” and “teen” because it has not been enough. The killing of people or animals is also involved so your life is in jeopardy.
I have come to the statement that children at the ages of 15 and under to not play “teen” and “mature” rated video games. You should have to show your identification when buying a “teen” or “mature” rated video game. These video games also lead to lower grades, aggressive thoughts, poor social skills, and time away from family!
Violent video games were the problem in Newtown, Connecticut when gunmen Adam Lanza killed twenty children and six teachers last year reports CBS News. Lanza was motivated by violent video games and a Norwegian killer, Anders Breivek, who killed 77 people in his July 2011 massacre. After playing video games, Lanza often times went to the gun range with his mother.
In 2008, Grand Theft Childhood reported 60% of the middle school boys that played Grand Theft Auto beat up somebody but 39% didn’t play the game. Hilary Clinton proved a bill that said that “adults only” or “mature” rated video games were criminalized in selling to minors in 2005. Known as the Family Entertainment Protection Act