Posted on April 19, 2007,

CNN Toes "Anti-Video Game" Political Line, Ignores Story

Reuters recently reported on a British Board of Film Classification survey conducted to study the effects violent games have on players. The BBFC concluded that “Gamers seem not to lose awareness that they are playing a game and do not mistake the game for real life.” Unfortunately that statement doesn’t support the American political machine’s fight against the games we love. Enter CNN to “fix” the problem.

CNN Headlines

Aware that most readers are interested in headlines, and don’t always have time to read the article, CNN pulled some choice lines out of context to reinforce their point of view. That’s some great non-biased reporting there CNN.

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3 Comments on CNN Toes "Anti-Video Game" Political Line, Ignores Story

Jeff

On April 19, 2007 at 7:26 am

So much for unbiased reporting nowadays.

Good Game CNN for being total corporate tools.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.

On April 20, 2007 at 4:11 pm

You actually expect CNN to not have a bias opinion and report fairly?

Tom

On April 20, 2007 at 11:09 pm

man, I am so sick of hearing about this… as if people didnt have violent pastimes before games were invented? Did people blame it on fencing or jousting? What about boxing? When someone gets punched do we blame Mike Tyson? what bs… Its tragic but it’s a psychological problem that school counselors should have treated.