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Sci-Fi & Gaming News Archive - April 04, 2006

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Most video games rated "M" for mature audiences fail to disclose violent content on their labels and can easily fall into the hands of children, according to a study released on Monday.

Sega Holdings of USA Inc. said on Monday it has paid $15 million for a video game developer that helped make the console versions of the military title "America's Army."

The computer-animated critters of "Ice Age" were not the only animals providing good news for a Hollywood studio on Monday. The DVD for "King Kong" scared up $100 million in revenues and broke a record for Universal Studios' home video group.

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A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that a Michigan law that bans the sale of violent video games to minors is unconstitutional.

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