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During a mental health and suicide segment for “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson correlated fantasy role-playing games, such as “Dungeons & Dragons” and other “demonic games” with teen suicide.

“Ladies and gentlemen, our children are at risk. … They’re bulimic. There’s anorexia. There’s all kinds of demonic games they play. It used to be ‘Dungeons & Dragons.’ They’ve got some new ones now. The pressure on them is just incredible,” Robertson said in the segment, which aired Monday.

Although the 83 year old did not go into depth as to why he would draw such an unsupported conclusion, one might wonder how he feels about other popular violent killing games such as Call of Duty.  Are our kids being influenced by these video games, making them more violent in nature, or do we need more evidence to support this claim?

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