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Does violent video games really lead to aggressive Behavior?

Posted on Friday, November 04 2005 @ 05:10:30 CET by


The TechZone looks at violent video games and ask if they lead to violent kids.

The violence is often brutal and degrading to women. In the game "Duke Nukem," for instance, a player can enter a room with naked women saying "Kill me," while tied to posts. In the Grand Theft Auto series, one of the most popular and also most violent and controversial of the games, a player is rewarded if he has sex with a prostitute and then murders her (the most recent of the series, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, was the best-selling title in 2004). Read on over here.


 



 

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