Obama Task Force Target Violent Video Games Following School Shooting

Leaders of game industry met with Vice President Biden to talk about gun control laws.
2:16 | 01/12/13

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:



Skip to this video now

Now Playing:


More information on this video
Enhanced full screen
Explore related content
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Obama Task Force Target Violent Video Games Following School Shooting
violent video gas. The latest target of the president's task force on guns, set up in the wake of the sandy hook elementary school massacre. Industry leaders met with vice president biden yesterday. And gun supporters say that's where the real blame lies when it comes to mass shootings. Abc's david kerley is at the white house with more on the meetings. Good morning, david. Reporter: Good morning, bianna. We're hours away from the vice president releasing his findings. And the meetings with video gamemakers, who said don't blame us.This is big business. In 2011, consumers spent nearly $25 billion on video games. Call of duty black ops. Reporter: And in this debate, some gun advocates blame those games and violent movies for sparking mass shootings by young men. Meetinxecutives of gamemakers, the vice president did not assign blame. you can suggest to us to diminish the possibility, if we only save one kid's life as a consequence. Reporter: It was the killing, as the vice president said, the riddling of bodies of 6-year-olds and 7-year-olds at sandy hook elementary that started this debate, with the most contentious meeting with gun groups. There's meetings with them, as well. Reporter: But the biggest, the national rifle association, was clear. It won't buy any of the administration's ideas to control guns. I don't have any comment on what anybody says about the meetings. Reporter: One idea the vice president highlighted was part of the latest 007 movie. A gun that only recognizes its owner's hand. Only you can fire it. That were available on every weapon sold, may well have curtailed what happened in connecticut. Reporter: What is expected from the administration, a proposed ban on assault weapons, limiting ammunition clip size, universal background checks and more mental health care. On how guns are really a part of our culture, the vice president, when talking about releasing his report, says he is shooting for tuesday. And said there is no silver bullet solution to our gun problem.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"id":18197443,"title":"Obama Task Force Target Violent Video Games Following School Shooting","duration":"2:16","description":"Leaders of game industry met with Vice President Biden to talk about gun control laws.","url":"/GMA/video/obama-task-force-target-violent-video-games-school-18197443","section":"GMA","mediaType":"default"}