Next week, the Supreme Court of the United States will begin hearing oral arguments in the case of Schwarzenegger vs. Entertainment Merchant Association/Entertainment Software Association, the case that will decide whether the government has the right to regulate video game sales to minors. If you’ve been following the case at all, especially over the past year or so, then you know that this case marks a significant moment in the history of video games, and as such, G4 will be bringing you all of the latest developments from the nation's capital as they happen starting on November 2.
Adam Sessler will be reporting from Washington D.C., and sending back on-the-scene updates and commentary, which you’ll, of course, be able to see right here on G4tv.com, along with any other analysis and breaking news the trial generates (hint: there will be plenty).
In case you need a refresher before next Tuesday, look no further than our in-depth Video Games on Trial analysis feature in which we breakdown the case, look at its history, and examine the arguments put forth by both the state of California and the EMA/ESA. If you have questions, browse through the comments sections for the various articles, because our readers have done a fantastic job of keeping the conversation going, and there are tons of great takes on the issues at stake in this seminal case.