We had humanoid pop-up silhouettes — used by the Army and the Police.
Videogames became realistic in the 1990s.
2. If the use of "murder simulators" began with the generation of warriors who fought in Korea, why did it take until the late Seventies for the murder sprees to start?
3. If "the Army and the Police" were using pop-up silhouettes, why were kids who were not able to get access to that training killing people in the late Seventies?
4. Why weren't any of these cops and soldiers conditioned by "murder simulators" going on shooting sprees in the late Seventies.
5. You claim to be in Thailand. As I understand it, Thailand has had one major school shooting, and it was just a few years ago. Is there a ban on FPS video games? If not, why are there shootings here and not there? Same thing in Israel, which went 34 years between school shootings.