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Science PROVES that video games cause violence

Posted by oldancestor on May 26, 2011

Is America turning its back on our most vulnerable citizens?

By Lacy Thundercake


PRINCETON – Researchers at Princeton University say they have found conclusive evidence linking violent video games to violent behavior in those who pay them, citing the recent spate of unsolved zombie killings as well as the large number of game controllers showing signs of domestic abuse.

Popular games such as Resident Evil and House of the Dead: Overkill, which require users to kill the undead in inhumane ways, lead players to devalue unlife in the real world, says head researcher Herbert West.

“We’ve seen a dramatic rise in the number of zombie killings nationwide, many of which are clearly copycatting methods designed by Nintendo and PlayStation in their violent games,” West explains. “It’s reminiscent of the space invader shootings back in the early 80s.”

Readers may recall that a group of alien invaders sued video-game maker Atari in 1989 after hundreds of extraterrestrials were killed by armed children shooting straight up into the air. The case was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.

West also says discarded game-system controllers often show signs of having been squeezed, shaken, and tilted sideways.

“Tilting an X-box controller does not improve shooting accuracy,” says West. “This leads us to the irrevocable conclusion that these objects were subjected to player rage.”

West adds, “A dead controller can’t talk, but, through science, we can bring its killer to justice.”

A spokesperson for Microsoft, which produces the X-box 360 console, was unavailable for comment, as she was in the midst of a 27-hour Bodycount marathon and was too dehydrated to speak.

The Princeton researchers’ findings are not the only evidence of violent video games inspiring real-life violence. The recent raid on Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan turned up videotapes of Bin Laden himself playing Spyro the Dragon on the original PlayStation system, a hard-to-dispute link between fictional magic crystals and the masterminding of worldwide terrorist networks.

Josef Stalin, one of history’s most brutal dictators, was said to be addicted to the game Pong, which involves the relentless beating of a fat, unarmed pixel for hours on end. Politicians are also known to play Pong when learning how to deflect questions from reporters.

Pro-zombie activists planned to hold a rally in Washington DC today to demand lawmakers pass a bill that requires background checks and a mandatory 5-day waiting period for the purchase of zombie-killing games, but they were attacked and eaten by zombies.


23 Responses to “Science PROVES that video games cause violence”

  1. nrhatch said

    Atari had crappy ass lawyers. The alien invaders had no “standing” to sue.

    Hell . . . they didn’t even have a leg to stand on.

    Allowing them access to our court system has set a dangerous precedent which is likely to be capitalized on by the living dead as well as the undead.

    Pong, anyone?

  2. Greg Camp said

    Who needs video games? I watch them through my rifle scope, when I’m not using a flash sight picture with my handguns. I watch them for a little while, that is, until they go splat, and then I watch another one. . .

    • cool. When the real zombie apocalypse comes, I’m heading up to your place. Please don’t shoot the handsome bald huy walking up your driveway (unless I’ve turned into a zombie at that point).

  3. Woman said

    “Pro-zombie activists planned to hold a rally in Washington DC today to demand lawmakers pass a bill that requires background checks and a mandatory 5-day waiting period for the purchase of zombie-killing games, but they were attacked and eaten by zombies.”

    I read the whole post to my mother in between bouts of laughter then literally me falling off my chair in giggles at the quoted section… needless to say… thank-you for the giggles!!!!!

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  5. I think it really started with “Big Birds Hide and Speak”……….Oh what a NES that was….

  6. The Hook said

    Herbert West? Wasn’t his medical license revoked for questionable practices involving corpses?


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