Tue, Sep 14, 2010 | 10:50 BST
72% in favour of violent games ban to minors in US
According to a recent study from Common Sense Media in the US, over 72 percent are in favour of a ban of selling violent games to minors. Shock, there.
According to Big Download, 2,100 people were asked for their opinions.
The survey also showed that half of adults in America sees the games industry in a bad light, saying it would rate it “poorly” when it comes to protecting minors from adult titles.
No GTA for Jimmy under the Christmas tree, by the looks of it.
There’s a lot more on the survey through here.