The war games should no more be in the market

@kritipen (4085)
United States
February 25, 2007 2:40pm CST
Dont you think that there should be no video games which have too much violence or war games and battlefield games. Arent children getting affected by all these games which encourage violence in kids in some way or the other. Why dont the makers of video games introduce some really pleasent games.What do you think about this?
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7 responses
@mahayla (192)
• United States
25 Feb 07
what about movies and tv even just the news? without putting children in a bubble they will be exposed...there are fun happy games out there disney has several..
• Canada
27 Feb 07
I would never buy war games for kids, and neither would my mother!
• Philippines
26 Feb 07
i think your very right about this. war games is very violent . and the effect to children wil be bad also.
@mememama (3077)
• United States
25 Feb 07
It should be the responsibility of the parent to watch what their children are playing. My husband plays these games, but I doubt we'll ever let my son play them until he's more of an adult. There are some educational video games out on the market.
@Joslyn77 (374)
• United States
25 Feb 07
Yes,I do think that these type of games are affecting children today. However,I do think the parents have to control what they their children play. Plus they should have control over what games are bought and brought into their homes. What I struggle with is that my husband plays those type of games and though I don't let my son play them, my husband lets him watch and it absolutely drives me crazy!!!!!!
@jmcafam (2891)
• United States
25 Feb 07
I don't think not making violent video games would do anything to stop children from being affected by violence. It is the parents choice and responsibility to make sure what their children are playing.
@Meg109 (95)
• United States
25 Feb 07
I'm perfectly fine with it, as long it isn't too violent of suggestive. As long as a child is old and smart enought to distinguish fantasy from reality, they'll be fine.