Court kills law banning sales of violent video games to minors writes:

MINNEAPOLIS - Thirteen-year-old Jack Yongquist says he has no desire to play ultraviolent video games like "Grand Theft Auto." But the Roseville, Minn., teenager says he's glad that a federal appeals court ruled Monday that Minnesota can't enforce a law that prohibits the sale or rental of such games to minors.....

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Jen5en3684d ago

...there is yet hope for humanity.

ceedubya93684d ago

In the end, the heat should fall on the parents anyway. If you don't want your child playing violent games, then be more involved in the purchase/rental and do some research for once. Its really simple. The best thing about being a gamer is that when you become a parent, such things will be automatic, and you don't have to rely on the government to your job for you.

Eclipticus3684d ago

its until that time it happens, though; that we have to worry about the non playing adults/parents but most importantly courts and law-makers. and good old JT!

ambientFLIER3684d ago

If you raise your kids right, you wouldn't have to care whether or not they play violent games. Unless they got nightmares from it or something.