As Court Reviews California Violent Game Law, ESA Promises To Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to review California's now-infamous violent video game bill, which would restrict the sale of games to minors.

The law, authored by senator Leland Yee and supported by Governor Schwarzenegger, has more than once been ruled unconstitutional on free speech grounds, but an appeal with Yee's support has once again brought it under the Court's consideration.

With the law under review by the Court, its ultimate constitutionality again becomes a possibility, and today the Entertainment Software Association, the trade body representing video game developers in the U.S., released a statement in opposition to it.

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