Tue, Apr 03, 2012 | 17:40 BST
UK teachers claim pupils are addicted to gaming’s violent “fantasy worlds”
The UK’s Association of Teachers and Lecturers held its annual conference recently, during which it was discussed how young children are “acting out violent scenes from adult computer games” in the playground.
According to a report on the Guardian, said children, some as young as four, are “simulating car crashing and graphic injuries” seen when playing adult-rated games “unsupervised” in their bedrooms.
Teachers are claiming the games are making their students more aggressive and addicted to “fantasy worlds that separate them from reality”.
You can read the rest through the link, and always remember: games are bad, m’kay?