The American Psychological Association continues its quest for improved morality in games, interestingly revealing that “violent perpetrators in interactive media go unpunished 73 percent of the time” (Source: MTV).
This is fascinating. It goes to show how unrepresentative I am- when I played Vice City I never completed the game, and was consequently punished for my in-game crimes 100% of the time. But we now have proof that most (perhaps all!!) other players must have completed the game at first try.
Here’s APA’s press release and official Resolution on Violence in Video Games and Interactive Media.