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President Donald Trump met with game industry executives and their critics to talk about the link between video games and violence, a topic many of us got sick of discussing years ago. Trump reportedly opened the meeting by showing a supercut of bloody video game deaths, remarking “this is violent, isn’t it?”

But precisely which games does the Trump administration think may be inadvertently training the next mass shooter? Since the video is now posted on the White House YouTube channel, we can tell you that among other things, he’s apparently pretty worried about Call of Duty.

Here’s what we’ve found in the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C_IBSuXIoo

  • The death of Call of Duty: Black Ops character Joseph Bowman (2010)
  • A collection of scenes from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)
  • Clips of kills in horror multiplayer game Dead by Daylight (2016)
  • More scenes from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, this time the infamous “No Russian” mission
  • Killing Nazis in Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)
  • Shootouts in Fallout 4 (2015)
  • The “X-ray kill cam” system in Sniper Elite 4 (2017)
  • A death animation from horror game The Evil Within (2014)

https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/8/17098526/trump-white-house-violent-video-game-supercut-games



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Gotta love how in America the solution to real life violence and real life guns that are the actual tools for violence is to try to ban imaginary violence and video games.



CrazyGamer2017 said:
Gotta love how in America the solution to real life violence and real life guns that are the actual tools for violence is to try to ban imaginary violence and video games.

Came to say this. I guess they will never let go of guns because it’s probably one of their biggest industries. It’s sad how they toy with lives and preach BS stuff like “freedom to defend yourself” so the fools keep financing their industry. It’s really sad.



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No Mortal Kombat or manhunt 2? Dissapointed. :P



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walterbates said:

President Donald Trump met with game industry executives and their critics to talk about the link between video games and violence, a topic many of us got sick of discussing years ago. Trump reportedly opened the meeting by showing a supercut of bloody video game deaths, remarking “this is violent, isn’t it?”

But precisely which games does the Trump administration think may be inadvertently training the next mass shooter? Since the video is now posted on the White House YouTube channel, we can tell you that among other things, he’s apparently pretty worried about Call of Duty.

Here’s what we’ve found in the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C_IBSuXIoo

  • The death of Call of Duty: Black Ops character Joseph Bowman (2010)
  • A collection of scenes from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)
  • Clips of kills in horror multiplayer game Dead by Daylight (2016)
  • More scenes from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, this time the infamous “No Russian” mission
  • Killing Nazis in Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)
  • Shootouts in Fallout 4 (2015)
  • The “X-ray kill cam” system in Sniper Elite 4 (2017)
  • A death animation from horror game The Evil Within (2014)

https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/8/17098526/trump-white-house-violent-video-game-supercut-games

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Darwinianevolution said:
No Mortal Kombat or manhunt 2? Dissapointed. :P

Not only that, but they freaking added the The Evil Within death scene that only triggers if you fail to grasp something as simple as "don't alert that big ugly thing".



LipeJJ said:
CrazyGamer2017 said:
Gotta love how in America the solution to real life violence and real life guns that are the actual tools for violence is to try to ban imaginary violence and video games.

Came to say this. I guess they will never let go of guns because it’s probably one of their biggest industries. It’s sad how they toy with lives and preach BS stuff like “freedom to defend yourself” so the fools keep financing their industry. It’s really sad.

Recently I've come across a snippet of a speech of a high representative of the NRA and it all became clear to me. The crucial part in the condensed statement was that God gave the American people the right to bear arms and that's why this right must be protected at all costs. It's seemingly always religion that is at the core of every crazy ideology.

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RolStoppable said:
LipeJJ said:

Came to say this. I guess they will never let go of guns because it’s probably one of their biggest industries. It’s sad how they toy with lives and preach BS stuff like “freedom to defend yourself” so the fools keep financing their industry. It’s really sad.

Recently I've come across a snippet of a speech of a high representative of the NRA and it all became clear to me. The crucial part in the condensed statement was that God gave the American people the right to bear arms and that's why this right must be protected at all costs. It's seemingly always religion that is at the core of every crazy ideology.

Religion was fine, until mankind touched it.



CrazyGamer2017 said:
Gotta love how in America the solution to real life violence and real life guns that are the actual tools for violence is to try to ban imaginary violence and video games.



Of course this doesn't take into account what type of video games are sold, but we have so many modern studies on the subject now that agree that there's no correlation between violent video games and the incentive to commit these type of violent acts.

RolStoppable said:
LipeJJ said:

Came to say this. I guess they will never let go of guns because it’s probably one of their biggest industries. It’s sad how they toy with lives and preach BS stuff like “freedom to defend yourself” so the fools keep financing their industry. It’s really sad.

Recently I've come across a snippet of a speech of a high representative of the NRA and it all became clear to me. The crucial part in the condensed statement was that God gave the American people the right to bear arms and that's why this right must be protected at all costs. It's seemingly always religion that is at the core of every crazy ideology.

Around two weeks ago, there was a church in the US that held a ceremony for AR-15's. Because "weapons are a gift from God."







Maybe, just maybe, they should look less at teenagers playing PUBG, and more at people's unhealthy relationship with gun worship in the country.



walterbates said:
  • Killing Nazis in Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)

Why am I not surprised?