A Player of Video Games and Politics

Michael D. Gallagher does not make video games. He doesn't review them. He doesn't sell them. But recently he became one of the most important people in the video-game industry and, by extension, a powerful shaper of the digital entertainment consumed by hundreds of millions of people around the world.

On June 1, Mr. Gallagher, 43, took office as president of the Entertainment Software Association, becoming the game industry's chief lobbyist in Washington. As the game world gets ready for its most important annual conference, known as E3, which starts on July 11 in Los Angeles, executives and gamers will look to see how Mr. Gallagher intends to protect their primary interest: to be able to produce and consume games without too much outside government oversight.

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HeartlesskizZ4221d ago

All is need is like a backup group of lawyers that are willin to go
face to face with the jack ass jack T.
We dont need rating for games, all games should be "E" 4 everyone, moms
out there if you want to b"tch about games then dont buy them simple as that, you people allow gay merriege now how sick is that, thats AO
so dont complain about V-games, the are ment to be fun and shooting is
fun. thank you.

bootsielon4221d ago's the parents duty to do the parenting, not the industry's.