A bunch of Church and charity leaders gather around a table to discuss video games and their impact on society - surely a recipe for military-grade Moral Outrage, no?
Well, no, actually. To interrupt your scheduled grumblings about know-nothing moral guardians and anti-games cliches I bring news that several figures from Church of England groups and charities met at a round table chat organised by the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA) and came to the conclusion that this gaming lark might actually have something positive to contribute to society.
Mike Royal, national director of the Lighthouse Group said that games can encourage children to talk about 'boundaries' and what behaviour is good and acceptable, not only in gaming but other aspects of their lives.
Up next - Jack Thompson "really getting in to Tales of Vesperia".
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