A recent article by the Khallej Times talks about the blood and violence in gaming. Is blood and gore too violent for you? It is for the UK, who banned Manhunt 2. As you know, violent games have been blamed countless times for crimes commited. For some gamers, people say that reality and the gaming world is blurred.
Jamie Quadros, a UAE gamer says he likes RPG's and shooters because they're really violent with blood filling your screen. He says it's like being in a horror movie and it's suppose to make the gamer feel scared. Still, he goes on saying that you have to control yourself and not enjoy stabbing someone.
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BLOOD GUSHES into the space where the man's head used to be before you slashed his neck with an axe. His friend lies with his skull caved in after you bashed it in. Welcome to the world of violent video games.
Video games have been blamed by some psychologists for real life crime.Some say the distinction between reality and the imaginary world of the game is blurred for some gamers.Jamie Quadros, another UAE gamer, said he enjoyed role playing games and shooter games and explained the attraction.
"They're incredibly violent," he said. "There's blood splattering everywhere. It's pretty much like being inside a horror movie." He said these games were designed with blood and horror to make the gamer feel scared. "You're meant to be scared when you play them. The graphics are very realistic. It's the whole cheap thrill factor like going to a horror movie," he explains.