If you're such an adult, then why don't you try having an adult conversation? For example, try explaining why you think committing realistically simulated acts of terrorism and mass murder for fun is perfectly acceptable.
Because I believe everyone's entitled to their own opinion on the subject, and conversations about it traditionally go nowhere except in circles. Part of being an adult is knowing when an opinion is just that, an opinion. There isn't always a right or wrong, especially on this subject.
As a grown adult I'd like to think you wouldn't approve of a game wherein the goal was to graphically rape as many children as possible, even if it was "just a game" or "in the right context." So please explain how this is any different.
There is no known causation between shooting innocent people in a video game, and then going and doing it in the real world. There is, however, a known link between child pornography and actual real life child abuse, so your analogy is a bit off.
If you don't like violent games, that's your opinion and you're welcome to it. But you don't need to spew a bunch of flamebait nonsense with wild rhetoric about putting Jews in gas chambers.
Burrito of Peace wrote:
tell them their DMCA doesn't mean shit and to go eat a bowl of dicks.