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No, as it causes addiction and horrible behavior in children.
This releases pleasure hormones, and encourages further killing. After a while, children begin to get on it more and more, looking up to Youtubers who post content for this, who often are rather rude and abrasive. This starts cursing habits in the child, along with "raging" at the game, which starts causing them to lose friends and make new ones that set bad examples.
This is the point at which some parents would intervene, pointing out what the child has done. And naturally, as what happens with addiction, the addict will deny that their obsession has any negative effect on them, and will continue playing. Another thing that plays into this is the fact that each passing year, children will believe that they are "mature" enough to handle such things, and will believe they can have serious responsibilities, or believe that they can be trusted for advice.
A good example of this is nearly every "argument" the children on the Yes side provide, saying they can be trusted because they are 12, or will only point out the supposed "positives" of the video games, not bothering to think of the negative effects violent games have on them.
So you can generally guess why I would side with No in this subject based off of what I have seen and experienced.Nov 03, · There are definitely games kids shouldn't be playing, she said, for example those where hunting down and killing people is the goal.
But she argues that the label "violent video games" is . No they shouldn't. When kids play violent video games they get aggressive behavior and don't respect there parents, when they play games like that they act like its in real life, and think that they can come back to life.
Video games that are violent never help with their life or the future. Nov 03, · Kids shouldn't play games where hunting down and killing people is the goal, says one expert. Kids in both the U.S.
and Japan who reported playing lots of violent video games had more aggressive behavior months later than their peers who did not, according to the study, which appears in the November issue of the journal Pediatrics. There is a link between children watching violent games and behaving violently and aggressively.
It is not only the explicit violence that children are exposed to in age-inappropriate games. There are more subtle sexist and immoral messages.
Why children should not play violent video games Today what I am going to talk about is children playing violent video games. Why we need to change this is because children are playing violent.
No they shouldn't. When kids play violent video games they get aggressive behavior and don't respect there parents, when they play games like that they act like its in real life, and think that they can come back to life. Video games that are violent never help with their life or the future.