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The Supreme Court on Tuesday November the 2 nd expressed sympathy for a California law that aims to keep children from buying ultra-violent video games in which players maim, kill or sexually assault images of people. The high court has been reluctant to carve out exceptions to the First Amendment, striking down a ban on so-called "crush videos" that showed actual deaths of animals earlier this year. California officials argue that they should be allowed to limit minors' ability to pick up violent video games on their own at retailers because of the purported damage they cause. This is a very big case because it is limiting what some people can buy. However, we have seen in the few years that the crime rate has gone up. It must be obvious that if you are killing people in games every day that it will be much easier to do it in real life. I think that people under 18 years of age should not be allowed to buy any game that is rated higher than the age that they game has on it. You will never be able to stop people from buying games at all, but more violent games should at least have bans on them such as very bad movies have on them. "Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Violent Video Games." Fox News. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Nov 2010. Police in Egypt have been accused of beating a teenager to death and dumping his body in a
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