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Kotick, Riccitiello, Levine and More Praise Supreme Court Victory

Brian Crecente — This morning the U.S. Supreme Court put to rest, perhaps finally, the debate over not only whether video games are protected speech, but whether they are art.

We reached out to more than half a dozen of the best game makers and publishers in the U.S. to get their reaction. Read on to read what Activision's Bobby Kotick, EA's John Riccitiello, Irrational Games' Ken Levine, Gearbox's Randy Pitchford and others have to say about the decision.

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EYEamNUMBER11858d ago

they are all just happy that a nice portion of their $$$$ wont be disturbed

we all know how much the tots like to buy/play M rather games

Trunkz Jr1858d ago

Good, BF3 language won't change ^^

Anti-Fanboyer1858d ago

Only reason majority of these people praise it is for the $$ that comes from the minors who buy "M" rated games.

Those COD games might as well be rated E for Everyone, considering the majority of kids you fucken hear babbling online.