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halls19@southernct.edu
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Video Game

on Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:35 pm
I own a Play Station and many of the games I choose to play are very explicit and controversial. Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty and FortNite are all games that I choose to play that has very strong language with lots of sexual elements that are not appropriate for children. In these games the mission is basically to kill your opponent and stop them from gaining your loot. The violence in these games can have a negative impact on one’s mental but many parents do not look at it that way and continue to allow their younger children to indulge. There is an enormous number of killings, stabbings and brutal beatings with bats, slug hammers, and knives. I would never in a million years think of harming anyone in real life but if you were to see me when I play the actual game, you’d think otherwise.
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Re: Video Game

on Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:56 pm
This ties in perfectly with the virtual morality discussion, many people believe that people will always choose things that they would normally choose in real life.Because they see the video game character an extension of themself, however i don't think that all video games are set up the same way. In my response to that discussion I also mentioned grand theft auto, and spoke about the underlining theme and choices one had in the game, I think this type of game is set up for violence. The choices you make don't reflect the kind of person you are, the type of video game might not be the best but it is a way to let loose.
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