Supreme Court Gives Gaming Ultimate Validation - Sessler's Soapbox


Posted June 27, 2011 - By Patrick Roche-Sowa

This morning the entire games industry rejoiced in the final Supreme Court decision that declared video games are protected under the 1st Amendment as forms of free speech, and the state of California does not have the authority to make it a crime to sell mature rated video games to minors. Adam Sessler has been following this case very closely, and after reading the decision he decided to give you all an early edition of Sessler's Soapbox. This is a great moment in the history of video games, so check out this week's Soapbox to find out just how happy The Sess has been all day.

Sessler's Soapbox: Games are Protected Speech! »

Hooray for gamers! For even more of the Sess' opinion on the Supreme Court's ruling against the violent video game ban be sure to check out Adam on Gamebreak.

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Supreme Court Gives Gaming Ultimate Validation - Sessler's Soapbox


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