In the aftermath of the video game industry's biggest trade show and yet another school yard shooting, public pressure on state and federal legislators is increasing to address the issue of violence in entertainment products, such as games, movies and music. Meanwhile, the game industry is trying to head off regulation by strengthening its game ratings efforts. During the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, last month, the hottest topic was the game violence issue, and leaders ...

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