Ultra violent games are ‘no threat’

Ultra violent games are ‘no threat’
Research into violent computer games finds players convinced they know difference between screen brutality and real-life. The research found young boys report that they become addicted to games that they will play from the moment they wake. But gamers told researchers that they rejected the suggestion that playing games makes them violent in real-life or desensitises them to the impact of real scenes of violence.

For another story see ARS Technica the BBFC report see http://www.bbfc.co.uk/downloads/pub/Policy%20and%20Research/BBFC%20Video%20Games%20Report.pdf

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