Are Violent Video Games Adequately Preparing Children For The Apocalypse?

by | Feb 26, 2010 | Entertainment | 5 comments

The Onion News Network weighs in:

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    1. Rick Blaine

      Not bad.  Not bad at all.

      Similar knowledge can also be gained from watching SHTF movies…

      Take zombie movies for instance – it is a well-known zombie-movie cliche that at least one member of the group of main characters will eventually become “infected” or whatever…

      Therefore, in the event of a zombie-attack, if you are “dug in” with one other person, the odds are that they will become a zombie…so, it might be a good idea to “take care” of that before it becomes a problem, if you know what I mean.

    2. Bill

      I’m screwed.  As an adult I can’t even do  Mario Bros.

    3. Tony

      Several of the top selling video games are:

      1.Call of Duty World at War
      2.Call of Duty Modern Warware
      3.The Legend of Zelda  (Which is a battle of good vs evil)

      ….interesting to say the least

    4. eric

      I’m 43, so I wouldn’t consider myself and old fart.  That being said my current assessment of today’s young men (late teens through 20’s) is that most of them are couch potato candy asses, my grandfathers generation would have used the term Pansy.  Severe mommie’s boys due to lack of manly influence because of the massive divorce rate in this country.
      The young men around here suffer from TDS;  Testosterone Deficit Syndrome.

    5. pat

      I hope you are all aware that the onion website is a parody website right?

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