Connecticut town cancels plan to collect and destroy violent video games

Wednesday, 9th January 2013 19:57 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

The Violent Video Games Return Program, a community initiative started by representatives from Southington, CT, has been cancelled by its organizers. The program would have allowed residents to trade-in their violent games for $25 a gift certificate donated by the Greater Southington Chamber of Commerce. According to Polygon, a spokesman said the January 12 event would have created an “unnecessary amount of logistical details,” but the group will still hand out certificates to parents who had a chat with their children about violent games as a goodwill measure. The initiative was created in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings, which took place 30 miles from Newtown, CT on December 14.



  1. Dragon246

    They obviously were never going through with the plan. The sissies knew even US gov couldn’t have bailed them out after they wasted billions on this.
    25$ for doom? Not happening.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Mike W

    I really don’t know what these dickheads thought this was going to do?

    #2 2 years ago

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