According to a study done by Ars Technica, it has been found that children with stable personalities are not affected by violent video games.
Ars Technica tested 110 boys and 15 girls with an average age of 14.6 years old. All of the candidates were familiar with the game Quake II. After being given personality tests, the children were allowed to play Quake II for 20 minutes each.
Out of all the children, 77 remained unchanged while 22 developed anger issues. It was found that kids with stable personalities were in the majority of the 77. Kids with emotional states were mostly in the 22.