Yesterday, Raymond brought you the verdict in the murder trial of Daniel Petric, who was found guilty of murdering his mother and shooting his father over Halo 3. In the decision, Judge James Burge decided to drop the gavel on video games and how much it totally messes up your mind.
It's also great because he starts by saying that he and the court doesn't "know enough about these video games," but then follows that up by affirming "the same physiological responses occur [Ed: when play video games] that occur in the ingestion of some drugs."
So what is it, Judge? Do you need to know more about "these video games" or are you ready to write a scientific journal on your "firm belief" that gaming has physiological effects on brain chemistry?