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Dr Robert Sparrow, of Monash University, who is researching the ethics of military training, said using computer games raised serious ethical questions, with anecdotal evidence from the US suggesting some Iraq veterans experienced war as a video game.
Simulations have intensified and made a design problem of a moral dilemma that's always there in military training," he said. "You're teaching people to do something the reality of which is always going to be beyond the scope of training."
Originally posted by ResinLA
Put on a game called "Black", and that will make one think that shooting people is fun. The sounds of the bullets firing is completely realistic as well.