California’s Supreme Court is about to rule on a case that would make it illegal to sell ‘mature’ rated games to anyone under the age of 18. The industry is currently responsible for self-regulation, and developers feel the law would liken videogames to pornography, instead of an R-Rated movie. Will slapping fines on retailers stop underage children from obtaining these games? Probably not. Read the full article at GiantBomb.com
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