The Entertainment Software Association has come out swinging against Michigan's new video game legislation, announcing that it will bring a lawsuit challenging that law's constitutionality.
Michigan's new legislation seeks to restrict the distribution of games with certain violent content. The ESA claims that the bill's wording is so vague that rgame developers and retailers will not be able to tell whether specific games are covered.
The ESA has brought a similar challenge to game legislation in Illinois (see our previous post ).
ESA press release at http://shorl.com/bobyvygrotedu