#1 Edited by frogdog (3636 posts) - - Show Bio

“GTA Made Me Do It” t-shirts appear on Teespring, target almost met

GTA controversy seems to have made its way into the realm of apparel, as shirt manufacturer Teespring has launched a “GTA Made Me Do It” design that will only print if 150 people place an order.

The product descriptor reads, “They say video games make us do things which shouldn’t be done. To send out a message to such people, wear this exclusive Grand Theft Auto themed t-shirt and whenever you do a good deed, show the message to the haters. That’s right, GTA made me do it.”

The shirt has received 75 order so far art $12.99 apiece and needs a total of 150 before it’s produced.

Following the stabbing of a GTA 5 buyer yesterday this is poignant stuff. There’s also the relatively connected Mirror headline from this morning:


It's always the video games that get the blame for psychopaths.

#2 Edited by DecoyElite (4019 posts) - - Show Bio

Well Spelunky is the reason why I throw bombs at large spiders now, so the media does have a point.

#3 Posted by Deranged Midget (17987 posts) - - Show Bio

You know, the world at large praises films and with a large majority of them containing the same kind of material that video games have, it becomes amusing when they solely target one specific outlet.

#4 Posted by MatteoPG (1927 posts) - - Show Bio

It's hard to separate cause and effect... isn't it more plausible that he played 18 hours a day because he was a psycopath?

#5 Posted by nobodyisemo (399 posts) - - Show Bio
#6 Posted by russellmania77 (15943 posts) - - Show Bio

Ok just to make gamers angry (which makes me laugh>:) people join rock bands after playing guitar hero so what's the diff?

#7 Posted by Nefarious (23583 posts) - - Show Bio

Videogames are the ultimate scapegoat....unfortunately.

#8 Edited by InnerVenom123 (29515 posts) - - Show Bio

That's a brilliant idea for a shirt.