A group called the National Institute on Media and the Family wants to create a new word: killographic. This word is to describe video games with "graphic depiction of brutal violence." The group says children have too much access to such games.
David Walsh, the President of the Institute, says: "If pornographic is the 'graphic depiction of sex,' then killographic should enter our vocabulary to describe the 'graphic depiction of brutal violence."
The group's MediaWise Video Game Report Card lists video games they say parents should not buy. Doug Lowenstein, of the Entertainment Software Association, says the average age of peple who play these games is 28.