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If you've been keeping up with the news lately, you've probably seen some controversy involving violence being linked to games. People are saying that video games are the cause of many violent behaviors, social problems, obesity, and many more problems. This is just not true. Video games (just like movies) is art in motion meant to portray a problem and/or opinions or even just for fun. What I don't understand is why when something happens, the media jumps straight to video games and pours all of the blame right onto its lap. Movies have violence. Gun control isn't exactly worked out yet. There are many other outside factors besides video games. Video games are just a hobby for people to enjoy and interact with. My friends and I have a blast playing games with each other after hang out outside or see a movie. The media should stop putting the blame on video games and other mediums and focus on the real problems.
Contributed by Malcolm Mallard