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devil-fire
#6
Jun29-05, 05:48 PM
P: 40
for me this is kind of a tough question because i have played violent video games for as long as i can remember and i dont do the things i do in this virtual world (besides applying experiences in shooter games to playing paintball). however, some people who already have dificulty distinguishing between whats real and whats imaginary might be empowered by these video game experiences.

parents with children who Do have problems with reality vs. imaginary should be sensoring matierals they view. its the same idea as taking a 10 year old to see a horror movie in a theater in that the fault is almost entirly on the parents IMO