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Old 10-12-2009, 02:50 PM
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no, because its not the games fault, the kid was a psycho the game dev's cant help it if some kid is so messed up he stabs people because his internet didnt work
I understand that. From what I can see its never the games fault. I remenber hearing some massacre at a school or somewhere by two people and was found out they did it because they played Doom. Doom is a long time fave of mine and I never get the idea of having fun by killing lots of people. It's just wrong. Yet the media and sorts blame the game.

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That's true, but still people make their conclusions such as 'videogames cause violence' which is completely ridiculous. There'll always be 1/10000000 or so who'll do such unwanted activities.
Exactly why I asked if more games will get banned and such. I seen it happen lots of times. I had to do something in school about what makes violence or something and video games was part of it. It makes no sense. Wasn't there a kid that killed another kid after playing GTA? I mean first why was the kid playing the game? Isn't it an 18+?
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Old 10-12-2009, 02:51 PM
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"Fuck my internet doesn't work. Fuck I feel the need to stab some random girls!"

Doesn't make much sense. Also, Starcraft isn't that good so i'd be so frustrated and go on a rampage....

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Sadly there are some people who get over addicted to games and in no way is it the games fault that the person cant let it go. But then again its possible in some cases that the victim could of antagonized him or the person may have had other things going on in his life that this just kind of pushed him over.
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:59 PM
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Srsly a girl even if I'm at the top of raginess I couldn't stab a girl FOR SHAME
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Old 10-15-2009, 07:59 AM
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I would expect this of South Korea.... But SWEEDEN!
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Old 10-15-2009, 01:37 PM
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I would expect this of South Korea.... But SWEEDEN!
South Korea ? Why's that ?
I haven't heard any sort like news fact taking place in South Korea, so far.
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Old 10-16-2009, 02:12 AM
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South Korea ? Why's that ?
I haven't heard any sort like news fact taking place in South Korea, so far.
I'm sure thats not what he ment to say I think it's because south korea is how to put this in the right words mhhhh south korea is dependent on starcraft so koreans must be more frustrated about it . And believe there is a lot of accidents in Korea couse of starcraft.
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Old 10-16-2009, 06:05 AM
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I would expect this of South Korea.... But SWEEDEN!
Lol, yup, in Korea Starcraft is their life. I've visited there, they have a lot of Starcraft tournaments on TV with $10,000 grand prizes for teams to compete for. Video game addiction is a serious problem there. Must be all the awesome MMOS that get released there that does this to kids.
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I'm sure thats not what he ment to say I think it's because south korea is how to put this in the right words mhhhh south korea is dependent on starcraft so koreans must be more frustrated about it . And believe there is a lot of accidents in Korea couse of starcraft.
Oh I see, I knew Koreans where hyped about it but I didn't know he meant that.
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You guys sure pick out horrible news. Plus too I'm Korean...
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