Brazilian senator wants to ban sale of violent games

Valdir Raupp, a senator from Brazil, has put forth a bill that calls for the banning of violent videogames in the area.

Raupp’s bill, which was recently passed by the Education Commission of the Senate, and will now go to vote in the Committee on Constitution and Justice, seeks to “curb the  distribution, importation, distribution and, storage of the video games that affect the customs and traditions of the people, their worship, creeds, religions and symbols.”

UOL reports if the bill passes, folks caught violating the law could be subject to one to three years imprisonment.

South American Gamers already have it hard enough this just seems like another kick coming from “the man”.