Monday, September 20, 2010

The Sick Game that is Legal

The Dawson shoting was a terrifiying day for many people. Now, a game has been made about it. People asking the police to do something, but legally you can't do anything. I think of this like the Rape game in Japan. Now, back then I thought that there should be a law agaisnt making certain games, but now I see that you can't make it illegal for people to make games. I am 100% against this game and Rapeplay game, but no matter how twisted some people are you can't legally or should ever legally stop someone from making these types of games. I say that if you hate the game don't play it and I don't know how sick the person who made this game is, but in reality whoever did it is aloud.
Montreal police say they are powerless to take down an online video game where players act as the gunman in the 2006 shooting rampage at Montreal's Dawson College.
Reviews of the game at one online site are mixed, with some defending his right to create a game and commenting on the artistic merits of it. “It's just a game. Just because it's based in reality doesn't mean that is a recreation of the said event,” wrote one poster on Wednesday. “People have the freedom to make whatever they desire, even if their invention is sick and twisted. Don't like it? Don't play it. “
Read more at the Globe and Mail.

1 comment:

  1. It's socially offensive, but making things illegal just because they're socially offensive is a very, very dangerous thing to do. Drawings and pixels aren't people and they should never be considered as such.


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