Games, politics and media

April 4, 2008 at 10:58 am Leave a comment

Over at ScottishGames.biz, Brian Baglow has some prime examples of media and political distortion around games, crime and violence. First, a member of parliament who continues to assert that Manhunt had a role to play in a murder, even though the police claim there was no link (and the game was owned by the victim, not the killer).

Author: Daniel Livingstone, Learning Games Blog, 3rd April 2008

Full artucle available here.

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