“We’re asking retailers to be responsible,” Emily Noble, president of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, said Monday. “Yes, they can sell it and make a buck out of this, but is this the kind of marketing that they want to be [doing], selling games that glorify violence?”

Like any business, retailers are in to make money. They do not care if the game is M ratted or E, as long as it sales. Like I have been saying for the past year or so. It is the parents responsibility to keep these games out of the hands of children. Maybe these teachers should hold a class that makes aware the violence in video games.

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