Video games qualify for First Amendment protection. Like protected books, plays, and movies, they communicate ideas through familiar literary devices and features distinctive to the medium. And "the basic principles of freedom of speech . . . do not vary"
Wow. Looks like we’ve got friends in high places, or at least non-crazy people in high places.
This is a landmark case. This deals a killing blow to legislators and parents groups hoping to restrict the medium. A killing blow that can totally be represented by a video game with as much gore and violence as the designers want, then sold openly in the street.