41WhiteNoise17Sat 14th Jun 2014 justlink wrote: Funny, I literally wrote a research paper on this just last month (scored an 86) and a quote i used mostly said unless your child has issues, he/she is most likely not going to turn to real world violence because of violent games Actually I did one last year with a couple of friends one the same topic. but anyway it seems that the general consensus was it depends on the person. personally when I was younger I was terrified of halloween and gore to the point of screaming in fear at walmart halloween aisles and horror movies and as I grew older I did things to break that fear like playing scary games (majora's mask because of the masks) to where i'm at now playing anything liking horror movies and standing gore but to be honest it gets boring decapitating and shooting heads. That being said the Mario series is my favorite of all time and I usually stick to T rated as my main rating but feel no shame in going to E sometimes. The only rated M games I like are Halo, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, GTA and generally anything with a sword. So to sum all that up gore affects certain people they know it and while kids shouldn't play them I understand why they want to, curiosity when my dad played Die Hard on the PS1 I always wanted to try its just kinda natural. So gore isn't causing world chaos its just over used and boring now. Capcom at E3: Guys we're sorry about how we've been treating Mega Man so we're gonna make it up to you by releasing the Mega Man Cancelled Collection with all the titles we cancelled in the condition they we're in just before we pulled the plug. Now who wants Street Fighter X Monster Hunter?