So there are tons of articles about Video Game Violence and how it can change children's attitudes about aggression, and I felt like I needed too bring this up because Black Ops 3 is coming out next month and no doubt there will be more articles on the violence in the game and how kids get their hands on it even though it is rated for age 17 and up.My personal OpinionPeople saying "Violent Videos" encourage children too become violent is a bunch of crap, honestly, if it did you would see a lot more crime coming from our generation. Parents who are worried about that, shouldn't buy it for their kid, simple as that, and if they go too a friend's house who may have it make sure too let the parent or guardian of that child know that yours is not allowed too play games with that type of content. There are ratings on the games for a reason, you have too be a certain age to buy a game that has a Teen or Mature rating on it.I worked at GameStop for a year and a couple months, and we could not sell a game rated mature too anyone under the age of 17, and I never did. But I did see many, many kids coming in and buying games such as Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty and their parents bought it for them. The thing is, if a child is old enough to pick up a controller or mouse, and know how to work it and what to do in the game, they should know the difference between right and wrong by now, if they can't do that then they probably can't even understand what is going on in the game anyway.Feel free to let me know your opinions.