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mmgn writes "As a medium, video gaming has seen plenty of flack over the years, for many logical and fair reasons. Plenty of our favourite games glamorise guns, blood and violence; some still insist on pushing archaic stereotypes into the twenty-first century; and many others visualise and sexualise anything with two legs — or more — with little shame.

For these reasons, the ire of media watchdog groups has never been too far. However, there have been plenty of instances where the media have shown a ridiculous lack of understanding of what they are criticising. Here are 5 of the most dumbfounding controversies of the last few years stirred up by media and political groups who simply don't know what they're talking about, or have actively chosen to gloss over the finer details."

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5 Dumbfounding Video Game Controversies

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