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10-04-2006 @ 1:45AM
"That's the bottom line, and why we can always rely on the media to turn a blind eye to the real problems, take the easy way out, and just blame the game."Yeah, That's the bottom line, and why we can always rely on the fans of something to turn a blind eye to the real problems, take the easy way out, and blame anything BUT the game.Yeah, I know a bit harsh, but I DO agree with the interview. The problem exists. The point is to NOT lay blame, but to fix it. Honestly, how can you say that it isn't the games that causes the addiction. I mean, it's one thing to say that a game causes people to become homocidal car-theiving murders, and another all together to say that the elements and type of gameplay are adicitive. It's like my husband said, when you sit down to play, it's not like Blizzard is pumping Cocaine into you, yet, thousands of people are addicted. We all know it's not a question of blame, but an answer of helping people, but until you know what causes the problem, or adds to it, solutions will be few and far between.
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