The virtual reality game from Pittsburgh-based Schell Games may sound like a violent game, but it's not, said CEO Jesse Schell.

It's a James Bond-esque, escape room, puzzle-solving game where " /> Are video games to blame for school violence?

The virtual reality game from Pittsburgh-based Schell Games may sound like a violent game, but it's not, said CEO Jesse Schell.

It's a James Bond-esque, escape room, puzzle-solving game where "/>

The virtual reality game from Pittsburgh-based Schell Games may sound like a violent game, but it's not, said CEO Jesse Schell.

It's a James Bond-esque, escape room, puzzle-solving game where " />

The virtual reality game from Pittsburgh-based Schell Games may sound like a violent game, but it's not, said CEO Jesse Schell.

It's a James Bond-esque, escape room, puzzle-solving game where " /> >
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Are video games to blame for school violence?

May 28, 2018 - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

The gun is never the solution.

At least not in the video game, "I Expect You To Die."

The virtual reality game from Pittsburgh-based Schell Games may sound like a violent game, but it's not, said CEO Jesse Schell.

It's a James Bond-esque, escape room, puzzle-solving game where players find themselves trapped in deadly situations and have to figure a way out.

Sometimes, guns appear in the game as potential solutions.

But, spoiler alert: "They are not the solu

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