This 90s Arcade Game Starring A Watermelon-Smashing Comedian Had The…

If you came of age in the 1990s, you probably saw Mad Dog McCree at your local arcade. What you probably didn't see was a game made by the same company called Gallagher's Gallery, starring the psychotic, watermelon-smashing nutjob of the same name. » 1/01/13 4:00pm 1/01/13 4:00pm

Here's Gallagher generally acting like a jerk at the supermarket: …

Mock Trial Calls Violent Games Case For California

A panel comprised of some of the nation's pre-eminent jurists, legal scholars and court observers pondered California's violent video games statute, which goes before the Supreme Court Nov. 2, and concluded the high court will decide 6-3 for California. » 9/27/10 9:30pm 9/27/10 9:30pm

ESA Brief Rips California Law As Threat To Free Expression

Blasting a California statute regulating sales of very violent video games as a threat to the freedom of creative expression, the Entertainment Software Association today asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down the law, once and for all. » 9/10/10 8:30pm 9/10/10 8:30pm