Can the choice to engange in video games be compared to the use of firearms? Many action-oriented games include the use of weapons, and of those digital objects, many are in fact licensed by real-life arms dealers. Which means that when you buy a video game, you're also putting money in the pockets of those gun manufacturers. That's fine and dandy if you're a fan of guns, but if you are someone who considers themselves anti-gun, this creates quite the moral quandary.
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