Violence and video games is a tricky subject, but it’s just plain factual that many games — like Call of Duty, for example — sometimes license the use and depiction of actual firearms. As in, the virtual sniper rifle a player’s using might be about as close to the real thing as a virtual sniper rifle gets. So, is buying Call of Duty or Battlefield a moral choice? That’s what Mike Rugnetta and PBS Idea Channel explore in their latest and greatest video.
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