posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 05:26 AM
You're not understanding the situation, I think.
He didn't kill the man "over a video game", he killed him over almost 900 bucks.
People get killed for less, for a crack rock, a pair of shoes, a car stereo, a womans attentions.
It's the reality of modern life, but you shouldn't deflect blame and say people who play video games are hopelessly out of touch with reality, and
infer they're dangerous.
This wasn't about the game. It was about the money.