Futuristic Games — Portal to Violence

Today, our teacher told us that we need to write an article on the modern-day games and violence filled in it. So, I thought why not post it here!!


Futuristic Games

Welcome to the modern-day toy shop. On the right, there’s a shelf filled with different console versions of the latest Assassin’s Creed series; a game where the protagonist tries to revolutionize the world around him through assassinations, loots and scandals. On the left, there’s the new Watch Dogs neatly arranged on the rack. The game features Aiden Pearce, an expert hacker taking revenge of his niece’s murder by killing everyone who comes in his way. There are many games such as Need for Speed, Grand Theft Auto which shows us the shadowy lifestyle of an illegal car racer and the latter of a gangster. Games like Call of Duty, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six etc., features a whole arsenal of weaponry only for killing those who are termed as “opposition” with no mercy. The above mentioned games are the best-sellers of the present day and people love it. All of them has a common thing i.e., each game gives it’s players some guns, some cars, and full freedom. Most of the modern-day games are like a portal to violence. Each game features a shadowy life which isn’t desired as well as honorable but are glorified to the level that make it seem like an achievement which everyoneย shouldย dream of. Even though, one cannot be a mercenary or a thug just by playing these games but it has a good chance to deceive them.

— Chirag Tamhane


Sorry for not lending my time to you lovely peeps. I’ll try to squeeze every minute to come here and write something. Thanks for 20% Motivation by Tanya!! Thanks for 80% Motivation by you all !! ๐Ÿ˜€ See ya…..

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