Finally, a step in the right direction for video games that are under fire for being "too violent," or whatever other tripe the decision makers in the US want to call them.
For those not familiar with the law that was put in motion, video games with violent content would have been placed in the same light as pornography magazines - having to cover the lower two-thirds of the box with "blinder racks." Luckily someone with common sense intervened, and the law has been thrown out. United States District Judge Robin Cauthron cited that the law was unconstitutional, as video games are a form of creative expression - protected by the First Amendment.
To read more, head over to the GameDaily BIZ article.