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Are you worried that video game violence can lead to real life violence? Maybe you should be. Here's a PSA.
Julian Smith takes a dark look at how video game violence can lead to trouble.
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This is actually a very serious video and subject. I don't know the name of the actual effect they are using here, but there's an effect they use in cinema to get your attention. It's when they put disconcerting/unmatching music to a serious film... for more information on this technique, look up "Night and Fog" which is a film about Nazi concentration camps After World War II.
*Quotes a known "expert" on videogame violence while releasing a tepid book*
This is so accurate.
No just...no. That was useless!
Did he say "Mrs. Hanson"
O my gosh it was Ben Hanson!
It was hilarious at fist, than the last thirty seconds went too far.
Videogames do this? I lol'ed. But all funny stuff aside, videogames don't make a person violent. A person's personality evolves, changes & develops through it's surroundings. Media, Community, Politics, etc. That's how everyone builds up their personality. Videogames are a small portion. They contribute, but not to a complete extent.
I Love You Julian Smith. Always have, always will... They killed RANDY!
Ha yeah he's not going to be eating dinner.
This was funny. What offends me are the people who constantly waste time, energy and taxpayer money trying to convince everybody that video games make people violent.
I like how it offends and/or disgusts people. It's like a less funny Borat.
Well that was boring and uncreative.
Why didn't you link the content creators channel?
humor has no bounds kiddies chill out
Well that escalated quickly