15. November 2010
Unless I misunderstood the article, only the sale of the video game would be restricted, not the actual content within the game. The game can still be as disturbing and violent as it wants, so I don’t get how restricting just the sale of the game to minors violates the first amendment.
I know kids are still going to find ways to get and play these games, but I hope the current law is upheld. This just seems like the video game companies are upset they can’t make extra money selling their violence directly to minors, because their parents won’t buy it for them.
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