But I can see that you're becoming too agitated to read what I actually wrote, which is, to sum it up, that I think about these things critically, as an attempt to explore the implications of the glorification of violence in this medium.
Your argument, such as it is, appears to be that we should enthusiastically embrace or celebrate violence, simply because the violent impulse is an inevitable consequence of being human. Sure, okay, but a reasonable human being might ask to what extent should we control our compulsion to kill, or understand and protect ourselves from those things that inspire or trigger violence? That's a reasonable question, I think.
People who like violent games disconnect them from the debate by saying they're just entertainment, or harmless diversions, or helpful tools for sublimating the violence urge.
I thing we should bring them into the debate by acknowledging them as a very significant phenomenon. I think the deeper meanings for their popularity are as yet undiscovered by reasonable analysis.