Thursday, May 8, 2008

House of Reps Puts Forth Bill To Require Carding Gamers

The House of Representatives is considering passing the Video Game Ratings Enforcement Act, a piece of legislation that would require game retailers to check the ID of anyone buying an AO or M rated game. As with almost all video game legislation, this is being done in the name of the children. Pass it for the children Congress!

VGREA, Helping to Stiffen Legislative Standards!

I'm going to have to agree with Dale on this one: we already get carded for everything cool anyway, cigarettes, booze, porn, so why not lend video games some street cred and throw that in there too?

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