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by Squirrel1081 / January 23, 2008 11:49 AM PST

Gamers are once again under attack, but this time by Fox News and a psychologist named Lawrence Cooper. They blatantly attacked the game Mass Effect on XBOX360 and how it supposedly glorifies violence and nudity to kids. Anyone who actually played this game knows this isn't true.

Take a look at the news segment, which aired on Monday:

Electronic Arts has responded:

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You should tag this to
by rafacst / January 23, 2008 7:11 PM PST

And use the BOL tag. Monday I tagged that amazon DRM-free Mp3s with a proprietary ID3 tags and they discussed it. (Although, afterwards, I saw that Tom tagged it again).

Give it a try. Wink

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google reader too?
by technomensch / January 28, 2008 9:42 PM PST

Is there a way to do something similar through Google Reader, with their sharing feature?

Marc K.
Coral Springs, FL

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Fox news, pro-censroship....
by Nicholas Buenk / January 23, 2008 7:19 PM PST

Add that to the list of how they are anti-democracy.

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I'm absolutely disgusted...
by Squirrel1081 / January 23, 2008 8:39 PM PST

...that someone was able to generate an opinion on a game they never actually played make false accusations on national television. Fox news should be ashamed. The gaming community has responded, though! Take a look at Lawrence Cooper's reviews of her book on Amazon! If she's able to say negative remarks about a game she never played, we're allowed to 1-star and give horrible reviews to a book we never read. :o)

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by Squirrel1081 / January 25, 2008 3:10 AM PST
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Oh please
by surfpark / January 25, 2008 6:47 AM PST

Fox News is silly. Its a tongue-in-cheek approach to news. If they were "fair and balanced" they'd never have to say would be implied. I think the people that watch Fox News are the types that really enjoy the underlying messages the network delivers and not the actual news.

Thank goodness for the freedom of the internet.

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I agree
by mementh / January 25, 2008 8:32 AM PST
In reply to: Oh please

fox news has smeared itself and destroyed is name...

right now if i don't hear about it in the tech world (or on A Daily show with John Stweart and the Cobert Report) its not affecting me that much..

Maybe its the election bullhonkey? or the spins that i don't like.

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Completely agree...
by Squirrel1081 / January 25, 2008 12:53 PM PST
In reply to: I agree

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