The tragic Oslo bombing and shooting have reignited debate about recent R18+ game classification announcements. All because the psychopathic killer's rambling manifesto mentioned Call of Duty. But there seems to be a stronger link with religious fundamentalism than games, see: Oslo Terrorist Played Call Of Duty, World of Warcraft - So? Gizmodo's own Seamus Byrne was on Sunrise to debate Jim Wallace from Australia's Christian Lobby. Video updated!
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