Many argue that parents who refuse to buy their kids violent video games doesn't solve the problem of kids playing violent video games, because those kids will go to a friend's house and play them. I say, so what if they do?
There are a lot of things that kids aren't allowed to do at home that they do with their friends. However, if you've told your kids that you don't want them to be playing these games, at least they'll understand that they're doing something you, as a parent, don't approve of.
Believe it or not, the fact that a child knows he or she is breaking the rules, does affect how they look at what they are playing. Dig?
And that was my violent video gaming thought for the day.
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