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Where do military-themed video games come from?

Ever wonder where these military-themed video games come from? How are game programmers and software designers able to make war scenarios and military equipment so life-like?

Ever wonder where these military-themed video games come from? How are game programmers and software designers able to make war scenarios and military equipment so life-like?

Much has been made about potential adverse physiological impacts of violent and military-themed video games, especially at a young age. To be sure, video games have had a tremendous positive impact on real-time data processing, sound and video graphics as well as in other consumer technology areas. As always, these benefits must be balanced against there social considerations.

That’s what we’ll talk about on our next episode – Tuesday, February 18th at 6pm EST. Join Us!

Do you have a position on whether video game violence contributes to violence in real live, such as gun shootings, domestic abuse and violent crimes? Video game makers take their share of heat on this front, but military themed games remain among the most popular video games franchises. We’ll talk about the true source of this violence – and it’s one that may surprise you.

We’ll be joined by Gamer and friend of the show, Lee Gaddies. Check out Lee’s facebook page and Twitter handle, lee33701.

Tune in & share your thoughts on this topic. Listeners are invited to send in their comments and questions by email, texts to 240-731-0756, facebook, our blog, our show page and on Twitter. Listeners are also invited to call us Live on Air at 646-652-4385.


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February 11, 2014 - Posted by | Episode Descriptions

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