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The Lilo-log #52: Video Games DO NOT Create Violent People! Presented by Saljack Enterprises. Gaming. Animation. Media. Entertainment. Woman Owned. Short Films. Animated Movies. Kids Cartoons. Game Development.

In this video, Lilo discusses Games DO NOT Make People Violent!

Lilo talks about a new study from the University of York. The study covered violence in video games. Can games directly cause violent behavior in real life? The study showed that people are not violent because of video games. Will this longtime misconception finally be put to rest?

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18 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #52: Video Games DO NOT Create Violent People!

  1. roberachi says:

    To some extent Lilo I will disagree with this statements with a reason of course. The reason is the main reason why violent games have an age limit it’s because the games tend to influence kids future behavior.

  2. Yeah, I’d love to believe it that way. A person’s behavior is never dependent on the influence of games. Some people who aren’t gamers show violent streak while others who are self-confessed die-hard gamers are observed to be calm and amiable.

  3. So many people who are not gamers believe this! It is because of the media’s war against games!

  4. Vannie says:

    There’s violence in games, but fortunately not all gamers are prone to embracing it. Most gamers are intelligent and know what’s wrong and not.

  5. I remember reading an article about a kid dying because he emulated Gaara of Naruto. It is unfortunate but where were his folks?

  6. kaka135 says:

    It’s good to know about this study, and I agree that we just can’t blame the video games though many people do. Thank you for sharing this, and so many facts. I think we should really show your videos to some parents, especially those who think playing video games is a bad thing.

  7. kadoyatsukasa123 says:

    I agree at times people suck at loosing. Specially kids but to equate that to violence and blame gaming? That is a whole new topic altogether.

  8. nnaemeka2016 says:

    LILO certainly is compelling in referring to a research work that found that priming doesn’t occur in video games and that realism is not a significant factor. Where this is true, the question still remains: Where is the problem coming from? Mental health? Environment? More studies are needed. I enjoyed the points raised by the video. Good work.

  9. moondebi says:

    Gaming may not have a direct impact, but it certainly induce some violent behavioral tendency especially to the kids. I, personally have seen the children to mimic the similar stunts after playing games. However, children can always play games which could entertain them.

  10. Finally, a study that aims to clear out the misconception behind gaming and violence. Thanks Lilo for sharing this knowledge. I hope more and more will understand the fact that gaming doesn’t make people violent

  11. numberpardox says:

    Video games can affect ones behavior. I don’t believe that it’s the single reason to blame for one’s violence, but I do believe that it has an effect.

  12. Edwin Kamau says:

    At times, losing in games make one violent or rather aggressive. However, in real life, one doesn’t change.

  13. David Kamau says:

    Games do not make people people violent at all. Games do make people people think hard.

  14. grayicemake says:

    This is ratings are their to guide young players. YOU BLAME games but what about yourselves?

  15. alexsummers123 says:

    NO although it happens like the Dark Knight Incident for example. In reality the person has already problems to start with.

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