Should Violent Video Games Be Banned?

According to reports, Adam Lanza played the first person shooter game Call of Duty for hours every day. Call of Duty Violent Video Games | Was Adam Lanza a Devil Worshiper? 
According to reports, Adam Lanza was battling some inner demons. The 20-year-old, who went to Sandy Hook Elementary and killed innocent people, was not only reported to suffer from Asperger’s Syndrome, he was also into violent video games.

It's also been reported that the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops II has broken the record for the fastest entertainment product to gross $1 billion in sales, beating the previous Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, in the process.

Some folks believe that many of today's video games are flooding the minds of our children, youth and adults with ultra-violent imagery, graphic death and dismemberment and a reward system that is solely based on “kill count” – the total amount of people you can murder in a given game.

“Call of Duty”, a first person view, military game in which players kill hundreds of virtual enemies per sitting, using high powered assault rifles, is one of the most popular games in the death culture genre. And according to reports, Lanza was obsessed with it, spending hours every day in the basement of his mother’s house playing the virtual shooting game. Success in the video game is entirely based on the maximum people you can kill – and who, in very high detailed graphics, have limbs fly off, blood splatter and other gruesome images flashing on the screen at a rapid rate. Article Here!