I this thread is better off in the General discussion section as its not an introduction thread ^^
Most people say video games are bad for you bacause of the violence that it has in it.The parents are the one who mostly blame the gaming company's which is their own faults for not watchng what their kids buy.Sad and yet true that their parents blame other things rather then themselve for what has happen to their child.They blame the violence in video games because their child become a shooter or some kind of serial killer...and yet they do not blame themselve.Their can be something wrong (emotionally) with a child for them to become like that or if something is going on with the family where the child has to hate everything. In other cases this only my perspective on this topic ..other people have differnt view rather than my own.
Can video games psychologically affect people? They sure can.
Do video games make killers out of your children? Only if they already had those tendencies from the get-go.
The thread title is to vague. How about, "Are video games to blame for Violence in teens or is it lack of good parental skills"?
Last edited by Hassun; Feb 07, 2007 at 03:03 PM. Reason: Don't pretend to be a moderator.
Video games don't kill people . People kill people.
Whether people like it or not, it only takes one nut for people to start to blame "other forces". Why not just blame the person instead of:
*Someone else (even though its your fault or an accident)
*Government (when its your fault)
*God or whatever higher power
*Absolutely anything BUT THEMSELVES
Living in America where everyone is constantly concerned about ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME!!!!, it gets annoying after awhile. Even though people do nice things, or act like they care about you, they do it for themselves. So you will be nice to them. So you will be their friend. So they get a good feeling from giving or doing something good. Rarely will one find someone doing something for someone else purely out of love for the other.
Oh, video games...
Just don't blame them. They're fun. Don't like them, don't play them, and don't force others to not play them.