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they say gta is the most violent game they have seen well BBC does have the ever heard about ManHunt?

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ToasterKing
they say gta is the most violent game they have seen well BBC does have the ever heard about ManHunt?

they suck my balls

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TheIncredibleMrGQ
they say gta is the most violent game they have seen well BBC does have the ever heard about ManHunt?

if they havent heard of Manhunt then gta iv WOULD be the most violent game they've seen... monocle.gif

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If they had any frame of reference at ALL, or even knew SOMETHING about what they were talking about before they ever opened their stupid, hypocritic mouths. It would also be swell if they learned some parenting skills instead of blaming GTA for ruining children. It's not that difficult, but some people will never learn.

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The media always blames violence in children on GTA, they have done it since the beginning of the GTA series. GTA is just a scapegoat for bad parenting.

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SimianErectus

What the hell could a news reporter possibly know about video games? They only know what they see, and they only see the violence in video games. Therefore, all video games are violent and GTA is obviously the most violent of them all because you have the ability to kill cops. Now in movies that's perfectly ok to see a cop get killed by a killer, because it's just a movie. Well...Jack Thompson. Fail.

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