Redondo 1 Jose Redondo ENC 1101 Richard Lopez October 25, 2019 Do violent video games breed problems of aggressive behavior in people? Youth and adults have played daily games related to any violence. War games, police against criminals, superheroes against villains, to name a few, involve fights that include firearms and physical fights. Although, the violence currently going through the modern videogames of the people who play it, enters a surrealist world that has led to reaching completely new levels about the behaviors acquired in these contexts. It is entirely evident that players currently do not want a plastic or cardboard firearm. They want a video game that allows them to experience noticeably high levels of adrenaline through their perception with virtual characters that derive a violent mental lifestyle without often manifesting it. More of these people consider that the more aggressive the game is, the more entertaining and exciting it is. Many behavioral professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, behavioral therapists, and some have tried to solve this great question without success: Do violent video games make people of any age manifest violence? According to Matt Booty, director of Xbox Game Studios at Microsoft and Tina Summerford, Director of Xbox programming at Redmond, Washington commented in the latest edition of Inside Xbox 2018 in London, United Kingdom, that the significant research conducted in reference to the search for the link between the content of a video game and real violence had not yet been found.