The Entertainment Software Association, a U.S. trade association that owns and operates the ESRB and E3, has responded to California's recently submitted argument to pass a law that would prohibit the sale of violent videogames to minors.
weak argument. movies are also age restricted. what i can't figure out is if this only involves M rated games or if it's under a blanket "violent games" label, in which case violence would need to be clearly defined.
really?? and they will know that a parent is buying a violent videogame for their kid HOW????....an employee cant go around assuming that an adult is buying a game for a minor...even if it does pass...it wont change anything
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