Actually it is, and that makes sense.
There are others i think could be used though to make a more original story, Azazel is another one of my favorites and i think with his associations as a scapegoat and vanity would work well with out society today. Here's what Enoch has to say about him.
"“And Azazel taught the people (the art of) making swords and knives, and shields, and breastplates; and he showed to their chosen ones bracelets, decorations, (shadowing of the eye) with antimony, ornamentation, the beautifying of the eyelids, all kinds of precious stones, and all coloring tinctures and alchemy.” – 1 Enoch 8:1"
with the rise in vanity, i'd dare say he's perhaps even more influential over our society these days, with the rise in beauty products, even for men it'd be an interesting twist to the usual possession or destruction of the world that seems to be so overdone. Not to mention the fondness today's society seems to have for finding scapegoats to deal with their issues.
"Leviticus 16:8 tells that the Lord ordered his high priest, Aaron, to ‘place lots upon the two goats, one marked for the Lord and the other marked for Azazel’ on the Jewish Day of Atonement. The goat designated by lot for the Lord is to be used as a sin offering, while the goat designated for Azazel “shall be left standing alive before the Lord, to make expiation with it and to send it off to the wilderness for Azazel.” (Lev 16:10) Aaron was to “lay both his hands upon the head of the live goat and confess over it all the iniquities and transgressions of the Israelites, whatever their sins, putting them on the head of the goat; and it shall be sent off to the wilderness through a designated an. Thus the goat shall carry on it all their iniquities to an inaccessible region; and the goat shall be set free in the wilderness.” (Lev 16:21-22) Leviticus also says that “He who set the Azazel-goat free shall wash his clothes and bathe his body in water; after that he may reenter the camp.” (16:26)"
It'd make a more interesting story then blaming it all on violent television and video games.