Manhunt 2 backlash begins in Florida

Florida Attorney General warns retailers specifically about the motion-controlled Wii version

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GamePolitics is reporting via "multiple sources" that Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum has expressed concern over the impending release of Rockstar's controversial game on Nintendo's next-gen console.

McCollum's biggest issue is said to be the use of the Wii Remote, which could be used to "simulate slashing, stabbing or clubbing motions" in the game, says the website.

According to the site's sources, McCollum is not focusing at all on the PS2 or PSP versions, instead concentrating on the Wii game. "That's where they're kicking up their heels," one source said.

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June 7, 2007

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