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Not even a day after one mass shooting claimed 20 lives in El Paso, Texas and another resulted in nine dead in a Dayton, Ohio bar, lawmakers have quickly taken to mainstream news outlets in hopes of pinning the blame on video games. Approximately 15 hours after the first shots were fired in an El
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Published: Sunday, August 04, 2019 @ 6:03 PMUpdated: Sunday, August 04, 2019 @ 6:03 PM By: Laura Bischoff – Columbus Bureau — State Rep. Candice Keller, R-Middletown, said in a post to her Facebook page that blame for the Dayton shootings should be placed on the breakdown of the traditional family, gay marriage, violent video
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Great news for long-time Nintendo fans. Coming up this October, Nintendo will be hosting its Nintendo Live Gaming Expo this year in Kyoto, Japan. Last year, the event had taken place in Tokyo, so there will not be much of a change. Of course, Live is primarily directed at Japanese audiences, but there might be
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A total of 6.7 million video gamers live in Iranian villages, accounting for 24% of the total number of Iranian players. A nationwide survey conducted by Digital Games Research Center (DIREC) also showed that from every 100 Iranian villagers, 28 play video games. The research defines a gamer as someone who plays digital games
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In case you somehow weren’t already aware, a Mortal Kombat reboot film is scheduled to hit theaters in 2021 from New Line Cinema, and things are looking good for it thus far. Aquaman filmmaker James Wan will produce, the movie’s seemingly found its Sub-Zero, and the script comes from Greg Russo, a writer that is
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AUSTIN, TX — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick on Sunday blamed violent video games for the El Paso, Texas, mass shooting the day before that left 20 dead and more than two dozen injured. In an interview with the hosts of Fox & Friends, Patrick went so far as to call for for federal action to
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After a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, left 20 people dead, Republican officials partially blamed the attacks of terror on violent video games. “How long are we going let, for example, and ignore at the federal level particularly, where they can do something about the video game industry,” Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick said
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