Congress Wants Violent Video Game Labels Based on Rejected Research

I hesitate to call this “news,” since that tends to indicate it’s “new,” but it looks like our honorable elected representatives are (yet again) trying to apply speech-restrictive legislation to games, regardless of the ever-growing list of state and federal case law confirming that video games are a form of expression and, therefore, protected by… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: Protected Violence

Huge win for the industry this week as the Supreme Court ruled against California’s violent video game sales law. Hopefully, with all of this recent validation, the video game industry can actually do something with the spotlight (at least they didn’t notice Duke Nukem Forever). We focused our editorial efforts on unveiling 2 of the… Continue reading