Penn and Teller argue that the moral panic against violent video games is unwarranted.
Did You Know?
Penn & Teller
have made their own video games; the first being the unreleased "Penn & Teller's Smoke & Mirrors" where players are meant to prank others into playing incredibly difficult or pointless mini-games in order to combat the assumption that all video games are violent in nature. The most recent has been "Penn & Teller VR: Frankly Unfair, Unkind, Unnecessary, & Underhanded" for virtual reality consoles. They've even appeared in Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair
(1996), playing bit characters in a short film directed by the man himself. See more
[Teller, wearing a high school letter jacket, plays on a computer while a group of students and cheerleaders cheer him on
Self - Host
Next time you feel like worrying about fake violent video games, try a little gedankenexperiment: imagine that video games were invented 100 years *before* football. Picture school video game teams and uniforms and hot-ass cheerleaders with big, bouncing pom-poms. Now imagine after 100 years of extracurricular video game fun, *football* is invented and introduced to schools....
Penn & Teller: Bullshit! Theme Song
Written by Gary Stockdale See more