Melissa Henson, who speaks for the Parents Television Council, noted, "Those from the video game industry were quick to defend (the video games) saying they were meant for a mature audience and that they weren't intended for kids to see".
Trump announced the tariffs last week during a meeting with industry executives, sending his aides into a scramble to fully vet the legality of the tariffs and finalize the language.
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In another review of over 1,000 studies, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Psychological Association, and the American Medical Association all declared in the summary of their findings that evidence points "overwhelmingly to a causal connection between media violence and aggressive behavior in some children". According to reports, some of the attendees proposed if there was a way to make selling violent video games more hard for children - which would regulate their exposure to such titles. No specific games were apparently mentioned during the hour-long meeting. Ron Johnson, both Republicans, criticized Trump's move and said the tariffs could have unintended consequences like a trade war.
Those attending the meeting from the video game industry included representatives of the Entertainment Software Association and the Entertainment Software Rating Board and two CEOs of video game publishers.
The White House did not indicate any specific actions it would take following the meeting.
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"You can take video games away and it's not going to change anything as far as these types of acts", says video game historian Patrick Scott Patterson.
President Trump invited video game makers, media critics, and conservative activists to the White House to discuss ways to limit kids exposure to violence in media. For instance, one Rhode Island lawmaker is proposing legislation that will introduce a 10 percent tax on all M-rated video games sold in the state. 'Video games are plainly not the issue: entertainment is distributed and consumed globally, but the US has an exponentially higher level of gun violence than any other nation'.
Trump called the meeting after making comments widely seen as an attempt to shift blame to the games industry. Rich Blumenthal (D-Conn.) rounded out the chorus of skeptical senators, telling the Post that "focusing entirely on video games distracts from the substantive debate we should be having about how to take guns out of the hands of risky people".
The clips chosen show a myriad of violence being perpetrated against humans in video games, like the X-ray clips of people being shot from the game Sniper Elite 4 or the airport shooting scene from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 known as "No Russian", which with no context seems like a glorification of mass shootings when in fact it's the opposite.
The last time this happened, then-Vice President Joe Biden gathered game industry representatives for a meeting on violent video game research after the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.
A later effort by California officials to ban sales of violent video games to children was struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2011 on the grounds that, like books and films, games are protected by constitutional rights to free speech.