Aug 13, 2019
It's just Stoy on this episode, as he weighs his thoughts on the recent controversy on whether or not violent video games cause our youth to act violently in real life. The answer isn't a simple one, but once you understand why, everything becomes clearer. Stoy talks about the violent video game hearings of 1993 that led to the video game ratings system, the Brown v Entertainment Merchants Association case in 2011, and various scientific studies and research that gives you the reasons why many people get the "violent video game" debate wrong.
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