In chapter two of Galloway’s story, he talks a lot about mental affects in relation to shooting guns. He says something on page 46 that unfortunately is true, however, I do not agree with it being used in video games, per say. He claimed, “One of the most common uses of the subjective shot is to show the optical perspective of a drugged, drowsy, drunk, or otherwise intoxicated character.” I do think that holds true for many video games that involve guns and violence. What I don’t like, on the other hand, is the fact that all of these people who are shown using guns in the games have this persona. Realistically, not everyone who shoots a gun or kills someone via violence is drunk, drowsy, drugged, or intoxicated. Why do they not show that a person maybe is crazy or unstable? Why can’t they be sober and do it? Unfortunately there are plenty of people who kill and have no consumed any alcoholic beverages or taken any drugs to commit the act. I think that many video games exemplify a certain stereotype or behavior of a person and Galloway brings it up, but I do not think that it needs to be this way. I suppose everyone has their own views on guns and violence, but that is mine in relation to video games. I would personally be happy if violent video games ceased to exist at all.