Parents question video game violence
You’ve probably heard names like Halo, Call of Duty, and Black Ops. They are extremely popular, and in many cases, extremely violent video games that are addicting to play.
After the tragic shootings that occurred in Newtown and Aurora, parents are now questioning what video games like these are doing to their kids, and whether or not they should allow their children to play such violent games.
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