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01-13-13, 08:20 AM

Jim remains in his internetless purgatory for crimes too terrible to mention, so today I‚??m putting together a quick selection of gaming articles from elsewhere. Starting with‚?¶

Just before Christmas, PC Gamer‚??s Phil Savage took a look (http://www.pcgamer.com/2012/12/20/violence-and-videogames-we-look-at-the-studies-cited-in-the-aftermath-of-sandy-hook/) at the studies cited by those condemning videogames for the horror that took place at the Sandy Hook school. And found them to be slightly wanting. He also spoke to the author of one of the often cited studies, and heard a very different story. It‚??s a really great piece of work, exposing those who have been misleading with inaccurate reports of their own data, and speaking to those in authority to hear the truth. Frankly, I‚??m just delighted that someone else in the industry is writing stuff like this, and hope to see Savage doing similarly smart and careful work in response to other controversies. (more‚?¶) (http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2013/01/13/the-sunday-papers-247/#more-137896)

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