The Escapist writes:
"As the newest President gets things underway with a Wii in the White House, many eyes will be curious to see just how gamer friendly the new President really is and what it might mean for gamers. But while many look ahead to the future, we'll continue to look back into the past with a look at another President, states' efforts to keep childhood obesity under control, and among other things, some of the games that came out this week (January 25 - January 31) in gaming history.
In his State of the Union address on January 27, 2000, former President Clinton took the opportunity to call upon the entertainment industry to develop a "single voluntary rating system for all children's entertainment that is easier for parents to understand and enforce". Yes, including video gaming."