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Retrieved 2014-07-20. Tom's Hardware. 2006-07-07. "Only in Brazil: Brazilian Government Bans Counter-Strike, EverQuest, Fun". Anonymous Coward, 1 Mar 2013 9:01am Re:Indeed, Videogames are the new NRA scapegoat to prevent any new gun regulations from passing. ^ Boyd, S. XBOX Live does sell games without ESRB ratings, in its indie games section. I am not saying there shouldn't be video games, just like everything else, parents need to, well, parent and control how much time is spent in a dark room with a controller in your hand.[reply to thislink to thisview in chronology] NA Protector, 1 Mar 2013 10:27am Good Point, ButYou make a good point but, you left something out.

 

Pokemon GO was banned due to security reasons.[41]. There are certain exceptions, notably for Spec Ops: The Line (see below). b1jetmech on June 27, 2011 at 3:53 PM Sure, there are great games without gore or gratuitous violence, but sometimes thats a large part of the attraction. Retrieved 2006-07-07. I did not get hooked. Pakistan[edit]. Retrieved 2014-07-15. But an ultimate jurisdiction should not mean that they should meddle without restraint in community decisions.

 

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