War games

@goltzi (115)
December 9, 2006 8:25am CST
Do you think that games like counter-strike, games that envolve weapons, killings, blood are an important point to the growing of terrorism? Or do you think that these games are important to them to have conscience about what is happening in the world each time more and to motivate them, when they grow, to go to a military institution? Do you think it's a good way, go to a military institution, seeing that military members are necessary each time more? Post here what do you think!
8 responses
• Canada
23 Feb 07
im sure not when it became serious is when someone who is addicted get killed and becomes furious
@dejablan (23)
• United States
22 Feb 07
I don't think that counter-strike and terrorism are related in any ways. Such kind of games can cause damage for young kids like under 13 or something, but not more. I see military career as a great career
@crabass (77)
• Lithuania
20 Dec 06
I don't think that games like counter-strike propagate terrorism..
@Mb071889 (27)
• Canada
19 Dec 06
I dont believe that video games lead to more terrorism. I dont believe that half the worlds known terrorists play war games.
@lucterius (213)
• Belgium
17 Dec 06
I don't think so. I play this game for fun, and somethimes when i am stressed, to get unstressed.It's better to shoot someone in a game, then in real life.People that mix that up, should be in a psych. institution.
@jaginfo2006 (1757)
• India
9 Dec 06
well i dont really like these games so i have to say they can do real harm
@fbb198 (1322)
• India
9 Dec 06
it definately is a contributor towards volatile behaviour.
@xtinelee (3377)
• Singapore
9 Dec 06
I don't think playing games like counterstrike leads to terrorism. I don't think Osama plays video games. I think it has to do with environment, upbringing and the political environment.