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Should teens be able to buy violent video games?

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Avery Marks

on 6 November 2012

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Transcript of Should teens be able to buy violent video games?

Should teens be able to
purchase violent video
games? My thoughts My speech topic is "Should teens be able to purchase violent video games?". Well, I personally think that teens should be able to purchase violent video games, but it's not just because I love violent games. There are some reasons why I think this way. The first reason is that teens can differentiate between games and reality. The kind of events that go on in violent video games are just fantasy, which means they aren't real. Here are some examples...




Do you really think teens are gonna go out on the streets and start hacking at dragons with battleaxes or whack zombies to death with electric guitars or put on futuristic military armor and battle each other with swords made of energy and shoot each other with plasma rifles? I don't. Another reason I think teens should be able to purchase violent games is that if you let them buy games, it will help the developers feed their families and pay the bills. But if you don't, this is what will happen to them...



Do you want employees at game companies like Activision, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, and so on to go bankrupt and become homeless all because they can't sell their games to teens? That is all I have to say about my topic. I really hope my
speech has convinced you to agree with my thoughts on why
teens should be able to purchase violent games. The third reason I think that teens should be able to purchase violent video games is that some teens don't have lives, so they won't have anything better to do with their time than play video games. If you don't let them purchase violent games, then they won't have anything to do, and as a result, they'll get bored, and a symptom of boredom is depression, low performance in school, and burnout. And everyone knows this: Teenager + Depression = Suicide. Do you really want that to happen? The End :D Sources: My mind
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