Video Games: We Hate Them, Too
Posted by vpcadmin on May 7, 2008
We at the VPC Blog acknowledge and respect the role of firearms in hunting*. However, children must never, ever touch a gun or even think about touching a gun. “Parental supervision” is just an NRA codeword for child abuse. It is even more sinister when abusive parents buy firearm-related video games for their children. In this case, the children are holding virtual firearms, learning how to spread death and destruction. Here are the offenders:
- Remington Top Shot
- Guns & Ammo: The Ultimate Target Challenge
- Colt’s Wild West Shootout
- Remington Upland Game Hunter
- Browning Duck Hunter
- Soldier of Fortune**
Clearly, the Gun Blobby is conspiring to brainwash our children and turn them into psychopaths. We suspect Remington (in coordination with Barrett Firearms) bought out Electronic Arts.
*See our forthcoming report: “200 Yards: The Maximum Need of Any Hunter”.
**Grand Theft Auto IV does not make the list because the NRA forgot to send its wheelbarrow of cash.