Well of course teens should be able to buy violent video games! There are so many reasons why. For years I’ve been so mad that we teens/kids could never buy that video game we all ways wanted, while your so called “friends” rubbed it your face about how their dad or there cool older brother bought it for them. Well enough is enough is enough. It’s time we teens be allowed to buy whatever video game our hearts desires. Now I know parents think “Oh my goodness this game is too violent! ” but that all depends of the person. Ratings were created to tell you what age group they recommend the game to.
If you’re the one buying it it should not matter all long as you’re okay with it. “Shut up and take my money” this is a quote from the extremely funny Philip J. Fry for hit show Futrama, this quote was used because in the show fry hears about all the wonderful things of the iPod and runs to get on, before the sales clerk and even say anything fry says “Shut up and take my money. ”. This is how it works with Teens, no one cares that the game has an E rating or an M rating, If the game looks fun they just want you to ‘shut up and take their money”.
Yes there are some games out there that are very violent. Take Grand Thief Auto for example. Players can kill other humans, including police officers, or drive into pedestrians on sidewalks and in parks. Gang warfare, beatings, drive-by shootings, and bloody deaths are all shown in gory detail. Yes this is mostly likely violent to you and too much for your child but some teens are more mature than others, meaning they know not say, do, or replicate anything from this game. If you feel that your child cannot handle this then simple say they can’t buy it.
Do Video Games Make People Violent? You have a five kill streak and you're on your way for a sixth. You pull out a pulse rifle, turn the corner, and... you just got sniped at 200 yards. Sound familiar? It should. The fact is, about 97% of American teens play video games, and about half of those play every day (Lenhart, Kahne, Middaugh, Macgill, and Evans 1). The question scientists around the ...
This is most likely the reason parents don’t want young Billy playing violent games. There have been a lot of shootings in the U. S. These past years and most parents think that most of the of the teen shootings where inspired by violent gun games. This may have been the case in some cases but they are a lot of other things that can encourage a teen to want to do things like this. For one we have violent movies that can also give people ideas. For example the movie “The A team”, the movie has tons of explosion’s and chaos.
In one scene A Rocket is fired at a building, blowing most of it up. So I watch the movies to. This has been Fun and Interesting to explain but I’ve reached my ending. I wish I could have gone into deeper detail but times are short. I also hope that you’ll take in what I said and see that video games aren’t that bad. This games entertain us teens and is a great escape from everyday problems. Who know a violent game might catch your eye and you might be the one saying “Shut up and take my money. ”