Video games

Letter by Bob Taberner, Oldbury

ImageCommentators in Peace News often refer to the video game culture that pervades the war in Afghanistan. The video game industry is far bigger than the music and film industries. The big sellers consistently feature high body counts or reckless driving (which turns up later on the roads). So what are we doing to change the culture? Is it beyond games designers to create exciting games based on the real bravery of fire fighters, lifeboat crews, etc?

Topics: Culture