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German special interest group to hold "killer game" protest


A German group called Action Alliance has set up a "Killer Game Drive" to take place outside the Stuttgart State Opera on October 17, where the group will commence to smashing "killer" videogames to bits and throwing them into a bin.

To promote the cleansing of the country, the group has offered attendees the chance to win a signed jersey from the German national soccer team, and promotional images show a person deciding to throw away a Swastika instead of a videogame.

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Via D'toid (GamePolitics).

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