Let's clean up our act
The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary set off intense political discussion on what groups in our society could be ultimately responsible for the incident, and talks of prevention have sprung forth. Some say it's the NRA's fault, others say video games cause people to be violent. Vice President Joe Biden recently met with representatives of the games industry to discuss solutions to the issue of gun violence in the United States, and the result came with a few suggestions.
His task force's advice to the games industry was to consider changing its public image, which, we agree could use a bit of spit-shine. So, games industry, no need to worry. We got this. We know just where games' messy spots lie, and we've got the polish to clean it all right up. All you have to do is follow these simple dos and don'ts.