Norwegian stores clear off war games in respect for the Fallen


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Tuesday, 02 August 2011
A number of stores in Norway have removed violent shooting games from their shelves - out of respect for the victims of terrorist attacks.

On of the stores on the co-operative chain Coop. In its online store games such as World of Warcraft and a dozen other games picked from the range have been purged according to reports from radio Sweden.


The head of Norway's Coop told radio Sweden that it’s not about stigmatizing gamers, but to show respect to customers in the store.
Anderson Behring Breivik had written in his notes that he likes war game, but he is not alone. According to a study four out of ten Norwegian boys played computer and video games every day, write the radio network.
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