I canít say Iím better than them. I just donít feed into murder parties like this. I started playing video games when I was eight years old, long before the Jacques Todson Protocol. Had someone told me at the time that by choosing to play video games I was also choosing to be a cold-blooded killer, I might have thrown my controllers away and chosen to be a productive member of society. But my path in life was set before me and I could not deviate from it.
Sometimes I think back to those times and Iím nostalgic for them. But they were so much more complex. Now that we have all become enlightened, we donít have to concern ourselves with the psychology of a murderer. We donít have to worry about the contributing factors to their disturbed mental states. Before, we used to say that those people were desensitized to violence, or that they had long-ignored mental health problems. Those are pansy issues. Itís so much easier now that we can say without a doubt that violence and gaming go hand in hand. No evidence or proof is needed. Itís common knowledge!
Outside the expo, Iím confronted by protesters. They shout at me, ďStricter game control!Ē They donít understand. I just use my games for self-defense. Of course, everyone is a perceived threat, so I use them often. But the point still stands.
The original post can be found at my blog here.
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