Imagine the government coming in and taking all of your video games away. This may sound crazy, but some people think that video games are violent but they don't see the positive side of them. As americans we enjoy a wide range of personal choice, and thankfully that videogames are one of them. But think for a moment about the positive side of violent video games. For many years people say that violence in video games causes real life violence but think for a moment do video games really cause violence in real life or is it just people that do it. In a 2007 study said that 45% of boys play it to help me with my anger and 62% say it helps me relax. Another study done by the US Secret Service reviewed previous school based attacks and it showed that one-eight attackers don't show an interest in video games. Violent juvenile murders have decreased 71.9% do to the increase of popularity of violent video games between 1995 and 2008. Video game players know that they are playing a game and they know that a game is fantasy not real life. So violent video games do not make kids aggressive and people don't see that anything that involves a school shooting i bet you they would go straight to video games.
c Considering the teens that want to play violent videogames, its understandable that some people would want to make violent video games outlawed. Those opposed to playing violent video games do so for the following reasons.
Video games often rewarded players for causing pain in others thus simulating violence with it enhancing the learning of violent behaviors(video games)
Violent video games causes players to associate pleasure and happiness with the ability of causing pain in others(video games)
A 2000 FBI report includes playing violent video games in a list of behaviors associated with school shootings(video games)
Playing violent video games increase aggressive behaviors and arousal(video games)
Children are more likely to confuse fantasy violence with real world violence(video games)
Those who are against violent video games should...