He states that violent video games prepare kids to kill and can even teach them to enjoy the experience.
Sure video games are a type of artistic expression, like movies.
Many researchers are trying to come to the solution of the dilemma: do violent video games make children violent?
According to John Riccitiello, the boss of Electronic Arts, the enormous amount of research done with the purpose of finding the link between entertainment content and actual violence still hasn't found the ultimate proof.
We are all affected by the environment that surrounds us, and children's minds can take all impressions for granted.
Thus, supporting a culture that treats violence like a perfectly normal thing is simply wrong.
The gamers get used to the aggressive behavior they consider normal while playing video games, which is why they become almost numb when they see it in reality.
This desensitization to violence is concerning, but the experiment did not measure actual aggressive behavior demonstrated by the participants who played violent video games.
A lot of violent and gory games, which in 1999 the top 100 video games consisted of some sort of violence. Although there are people who say that they should not be able to sell M (mature) rated games to minors under 18 years of age.
According to David Grossman, a retired army lieutenant colonel, says that "violent video games such as Doom and Quake break down the natural inhibitions we have against killing." The military has begun using Doom-like games to improve the fire rates and encouraging soldiers to pull the trigger in battle.