... and every other industry
Just over a month ago, a primary school in Newtown, Connecticut was shocked by gunman Adam Lanza's rampage. The incident resulted in 26 deaths and has inevitably led to questions about why it happened and what can be done to prevent future shootings.
A task force led by Vice President of the US, Joe Biden has been holding meetings with a large number of groups - most recently figureheads in the games industry. The meetings themselves happen behind closed doors, but you can see some prologue in the video below:
Some corners are quick to blame gaming for violent happenings, but VP Biden makes it clear that the video games industry isn't being singled out.
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