Entries in 'violent' (30)
Last month, The Mirror ran a report blaming Call of Duty for a massacre at a Washington Navy base. Professor Mark Griffiths, the director of the International Gaming Research Unit ...
A knife attack in Clydebank has been blamed on the offender’s access to violent video games.
Massachusetts assemblywoman Linda Stender wants to introduce legislation to ban mature-rated arcade games.
Violent games could be facing a potential clampdown in Russia after authorities linked them to a recent shooting.
PEGI age ratings have been law in the UK for a whole week now. But the battle is only just beginning.
Violent video games are directly to blame for an increasing acceptance of violence in everyday society, an Australian police commissioner has claimed.
Labour MP and long-term opponent of the games industry Keith Vaz has tabled his FIFTH early day motion about violent video games.
UK teachers have lashed out at the easy access to violent video games, blaming the phenomenon for a rise of violent and inappropriate behaviour in schools.
Active anti-games campaigner and Labour MP Keith Vaz has raised his fourth early day motion aimed at quelling the effect of violent games, this time targeting Activision’s Modern Warfare 3.
The American video games industry has today emerged victorious in its six-year battle with Californian authorities.
Third time lucky. That must be the thinking behind Labour MP Keith Vaz's posting of a third games-related Early Day Motion in ten months.
Major publisher figureheads such as EA’s John Riccitiello, Sony’s Jack Tretton, Take Two’s Strauss Zelnick and Dinsey Interactive’ Graham Hopper have expressed their concern that the potential introduction of new ...
The last 12 months has seen the games industry make great strides in its efforts to fortify bonds with Government, but it seems that some old prejudices remain.
Though his gory, explicit and thoughtful directing style would produce some fascinating results in the gaming space, it looks as if Pulp Fiction and Inglorious Basterds director Quentin Tarantino is ...
Move is the answer to a question the rest of the industry didn’t want to ask with Nintendo wearing the crown: What's out there for non-Nintendo developers who want Wii ...
The man who many see as the main barrier to Australia’s introduction of a R18+ ratings certificate, Attorney-General Michael Atkinson, is to leave Parliamant in 2014.
Former MCV associate editor and current CVG editor Tim Ingham has this afternoon taken on the tough task of defending video game violence on ITV’s late afternoon spot The Alan ...
The pressure is mounting on Australian authorities to introduce legislation to legalise the sale of adult-rated video games, with both retailers and consumers throwing their support behind the initiative.
Global retailer EB Games is to throw its weight behind the drive to legalise violent games in Australia by promoting awareness of the campaign in its many stores across the ...