The controversy over violence in movies and video games seems to be swirling everywhere but at store level. But while participants in SN's annual video roundtable reported no complaints from their customers about the products, many have taken steps to make sure the rating system is enforced. "I have not heard anything from any store. Nothing at all," said Bill Glaseman, video specialist at Bashas', Phoenix. "The controversy over media violence has not affected our rentals or revenue," ...

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