Manhunt hits PSN next week
Rockstar North's decade-old dark action game coming to PlayStation 3 for $10 May 14; The Warriors will be available "soon."
UPDATE: Steam stops Manhunt sales Down Under
UPDATE: Valve's digital distribution service stops listing the 2004 Refused Classification (RC) title Manhunt after initially making it available; refunds sent to those who already purchased the game.
The Australia Federal Government says its heard enough from gamers about an adult rating for games in Australia. Now we need your help to get non-gamers--the so-called "silent majority"--to speak ...
Thompson facing permanent disbarment, $44K fine
Outspoken game critic's legal career in jeopardy after judge rules Florida Bar's request for 10-year ban insufficient.
Rockstar builds up Steam
Publisher's entire back catalog of PC titles now available through Valve's online digital distribution service.
Blair 'Bullied' in the UK
Prime Minister Tony Blair agrees to look into new Rockstar title; agrees to meeting called by Member of Parliment and game critic Keith Vaz.
Views clash at Senate game hearing
Psychologists and anti-game activists verbally spar with free-speech advocates, industry reps at Capitol Hill session.
California lawmaker unveils new game legislation
Leland Yee proposes a more focused, narrowly written bill as he seeks to ban the sale of graphically violent games to children under 17.
Halo 2 and San Andreas top watchdog group's "most violent" games list
ESRB ratings and lax enforcement of ratings by retailers to minors blasted by band of parent, church, and women's groups.
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