25 to Life Under Fire

Senator Schumer takes aim at violent video game (thanks Joystiq and Mike Martinez) has word that Charles Schumer (D), senior Senator from the great state of New York, is asking stores not to stock 25 to Life, and is calling for Microsoft to cancel their licensing agreements for the game. This is based on content that the Senator finds objectionable in the crime-themed game, though it is not actually available.
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Restriction to minors I can see, but restriction completely is the first small step to a totalitarian state, comrade Schumer.

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