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After evaluating the 20 games, the group found that in many cases, "shooter" games failed to take into consideration international humanitarian law.
"The practically complete absence of rules or sanctions is nevertheless astonishing: civilians or protected objects such as churches or mosques can be attacked with impunity, in scenes portraying interrogations it is possible to torture, degrade or treat the prisoner inhumanely without being sanctioned for it and extrajudicial executions are simulated," the groups wrote in a statement. "At least a few games punish the killing of civilians
Originally posted by andy1033
These games do not train you to kill or destroy anything, they take away empathy, thats what they are doing.