First of all, I would like to say that the fact that this game was even made is unethical! The events that took place at Columbine in 1999 were unimaginable, and now the fact that someone has made a game based on those events so that people can through the day that the shooters went through is so wrong I canít even begin to explain. How do you think the survivors of Columbine feel if they knew that this game was out there? People lost best friends, sister brothers, mothers, fathers that day and now we are playing a game that is re-enacting that all over again.
My question is why was this game even made?! Did someone feel it was necessary to show others how the shooters might have felt that day? I am pretty sure that we know how they felt; angry! They did this for revenge and not only does this game prove that, their actions that day were the clearest evidence anyone could have.
Now, about the game itself; it took me over 30 minutes to find out where the bombs were in the trunk and then getting caught about 50 times before I could even plant them in the Cafeteria. Which brings me to another point, besides the fact that this game was made, the developer went into so much detail that these kids went through that day that I see the game play as extremely unethical. It is teaching someone basically how to execute a school shooting or the basic things that they need to do in order go through this it.
After the planting of the bombs in the Cafeteria, the shootings begin. I couldnít play very much of it, because I was already worked up enough over the fact that the developers have put so much time into a game that goes again all of my moral values.
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