An anti-exploitation group is not happy with a major video game platform that children can easily access.
Haley Halverson, vice president of advocacy and outreach for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), tells OneNewsNow the problem is with Steam, which is like the Walmart of online video games.
“Unfortunately they have had a game on there they called Rape Day that gives users the ability to act out sexual violence, including necrophilia and even incest, in the game as part of the game’s objective,” Halverson reports.
That comes less than a year after the largest online game distributor changed its policy from prohibiting nudity and sexual violence to an anything goes policy, unless it violates laws.
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SOURCE: One News Now, Charlie Butts