The Download: Violent Videogames

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

Do violent videogames play a role in real life violence?

One group in Southington, Connecticut thinks so. That’s why “SouthingtonSOS” is offering gift cards to anyone who turns in violent games, movies or music.

The group is careful to point out it doesn’t blame violent video games for the deadly Sandy Hook shootings. But they say the violent media has ‘desensitized’ children.

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