Some of you have seen — or actually played — first-person or third-person shooter video games. Some of these games are great fun. Others, you can’t deny, are extremely violent.
But can violent video games create violent people?
That was the question asked to Scouts from New York state, New Jersey and Pennsylvania who gathered last weekend at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., to work on some merit badges.
The Scouts talked about the history of video games and the role of violence in that history.
It’s good stuff. Read more here.
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