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PBS asks: Is buying Call of Duty a moral choice?


6:00 AM on 04.16.2013



PBS's latest Here's An Idea series takes a look at videogames that feature real portrayals of guns such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, and the like and asks whether buying these type of games is a moral choice. It brings up many interesting points, including how game companies have to pay gun makers licenses in order to represent their real guns in videogames.

What do you think?






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