• MadMan - November 3, 2010 2:26 a.m.

    AN ASIAN IS AGAINST VIDEO GAMES???????????????????????....... LOL WUT?
  • Kaltoria - November 3, 2010 1:34 a.m.

    @alphafour i believe it's because movies aren't banned for insane violence and the fact that they're using the game industry as a scapegoat with no proof and are also being quite stupid and maybe a little ignorant.
  • bass88 - November 3, 2010 1:14 a.m.

    Regarding the killing of babies statement, didn't the new Medal Of Honor put a gun to a baby's head?
  • Dabenguin - November 3, 2010 1:11 a.m.

    Who gives a shit? We're screwed anyway, just look at the election results.
  • EnragedTortoise1 - November 3, 2010 1:09 a.m.

    The fact that this is even an issue makes me want to leave the U.S. this instant.
  • reveffect - November 3, 2010 1:08 a.m.

    Hooray for the justices not being video game - aphobes like leland ye and everyone else against video games. I am seriously getting tired of this constant cycle of people (mostly parents with poor parenting skills) blaming what ever new form of media for the things their kids do or could do that can simply be solved by themselves instead of having to resort to government control. I see more violence and sex in movies, tv, and music these days than in video games and unlike with video games where you have to buy a $600 console and $60 games in order to access the content with everything else its as simple as turning on the tv. If you are too dumb or absent minded to see the big signs in stores that show the rating system and listen to the store clerks warnings then maybe you shouldn't have a game console at all if you don't want them playing these games.
  • alphafour - November 3, 2010 1:06 a.m.

    why are the californians complaining about this? So if you wanna let your 13 year old play an 18 game you have to buy it for them.. what's the problem? We have had that system in the UK for a while now and it has never caused any problems.. videogame sales have not declined and the government has not tried to come up with some random measures.. of course you'll remember manhunt was banned.. but that was a pretty weird game.. I don't know about you but, I didn't really enjoy sstrangling somebody with a plastic bag...
  • sgloomy - November 3, 2010 1:04 a.m.

    why does no one ever mention how there is also a possibility for games to teach good stuff. that they can have as much a positive effect on someone as a negative effect, just like movies, books, music .... what is this fear of gaming? if your kids ends up going to school with an AK and threatens people before killing himself (this happened at UT a few weeks back) its your fault as a parent. We cant just blame one thing for all our problems. some video games are violent. that alone will in no way make a person a killer. he/she would have to be already pretty fucked up in the head for this to work, any argument that goes against this is in no way valid and so holding games to a different standard doesn't even remotely make sense.
  • batmanboy11 - November 3, 2010 12:56 a.m.

    OH SNAP!
  • FriendlyFire - November 3, 2010 12:54 a.m.

    If we can raise the argument that games *may* cause a subconscious reaction in young people that would trigger them to somehow blur the line between reality and fiction despite having no hard facts on whether this is true (not even a study on the subject), then we should also ban cellphone towers on the premise that they *may* cause headaches, nausea and concentration problems in young teens. The logical fallacies and baseless claims are of the same level, really, yet I think most agree that the latter is just fear mongering.
  • ombranox - November 3, 2010 12:54 a.m.

    Those were demon zombie babies. Nothing against killing the undead in a legal sense.
  • TNK2 - November 3, 2010 12:51 a.m.

    Yee is so stupid. He's says that this bill is so parents have what choice the games their kids play is exactly what the ESRB is for. It's just the parents are too dumb enough too look at the ratings and info on the back of the box.And even when the clerk explains what content is in the game she'll say ok and still buy it but act like she didn't know what it was when she sees her 9yearold ripping the wings off a harpie in god of war(So it's her fault not the game developers or the ESRB.Even my mom thinks this bill is stupid.
  • n00b - November 3, 2010 12:47 a.m.

    dont u kill babies in silent hill and dante's inferno? just sayin anyway i this goes well for us
  • thefreakysurgeon - November 3, 2010 12:47 a.m.

    this is one of the stupidest lawsuits out there. why the FUCK should our government control the video game industry? B.S. to the max!
  • Bonesqaw - November 3, 2010 12:41 a.m.

    Judging from how sound and strong the justices on our side were in their case, I think we can win this. Once the Supreme Court announces their decision, and video games become officially protected speech, I will go get some fireworks and fire them off, followed by a beer. I love the south
  • OddWoN ER - November 3, 2010 12:25 a.m.

    i've been hearing voices lately they've been telling me to go hurt babies. curse you MW2.. honestly, that sounds legit and totally makes sense. he should go see a psychologist. with me...get this baby thing figured out. yah.
  • fatguyLBX - November 3, 2010 12:24 a.m.

    comics, porn, music, and video games all have been blamed for warping our kids minds/
  • RebornKusabi - November 3, 2010 12:15 a.m.

    This is gonna be interesting; it quite literally could go both ways from here...
  • ChipTheExecutioner - November 3, 2010 12:12 a.m.

    *my faith ReCAPTCHA: What the hell is "ustrosah flour."
  • MrDuracraft - November 3, 2010 12:11 a.m.

    "Imagining a game that allows a player to torture babies.." Really? /REALLY/? Cheap shot if I've ever seen one.

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