Civil Rights Group Sues Troy, New York Over Exhibition

In a story that shows the complexities in the blurring of the line between games and art, The New York Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit due to the closure of an exhibition that featured artist Wafaa Bilal's game Virtual Jihadi.

The game, a shooter which its official site depicts as a "skin" of Quest For Saddam -- a game which was retailed in the U.S. -- has the player hunting down George W. Bush, who was president at the time of its exhibition.

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