When the venerable GamesIndustryBiz makes a claim that 79% of all the games at E3 2019 are "violent", it's certain to raise a few eyebrows.
But what is violence to some, may be something significantly different to others.
With Lego Star Wars, Mario Maker 2, and Luigi's Mansion 3 on one side and Madden and The Sinking City on the other, is it perhaps the study itself that is committing violence...to language?
Find out why it's always important to read the fine print...in Virtual Legality.
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"Only 21% of E3 games are non-violent"
GamesIndustryBiz - June 13, 2019 - James Batchelor
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