All the games in Donald Trump’s ‘violence in video games’ supercut

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Earlier today, President Donald Trump met with executives from the gaming industry and his critics to discuss the link between videogames and violence, a topic that many of us tire of discussing years ago. According to reports, Trump opened the meeting by showing a super-cut of bloody deaths in video games, and commented: "This is violent, is not it?"
But what games do you think exactly that the Trump administration could be inadvertently training the next mass shooter? As the video is now posted on the White House YouTube channel, we can tell you that, among other things, he is apparently quite concerned about Call of Duty.
This is what we found in the video:
The death of Call of Duty: character of Black Ops Joseph Bowman (2010)
A collection of scenes from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)
Murder clips in the multiplayer horror game Dead by Daylight (2016)
More scenes from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, this time the infamous "No Russian" mission

Killing Nazis in Wolfenstein: the new order (2014)
Shootings in Fallout 4 (2015)
The "X-ray kill cam" system in Sniper Elite 4 (2017)
A death animation of the horror game The Evil Within (2014)
So, in total, there are seven games, of six series. I'm not sure how these particular clips came out, but at the risk of giving ideas to the White House … I've probably seen worse things during the E3 press conferences.


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