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Green has a problem with Clinton's call to make every movie and every video game suitable for children. "I think that's a very knee-jerk reaction. You have to look beyond that," he said. "If that were true, we'd all be watching Bambi without Bambi's mother getting shot. You'd be bringing everything down to the lowest common denominator. Everything would be vanilla. There's still something called freedom of speech and the ability to make choices."
Lucky for him. Because if it were up to public opinion right now, game developers would be looking for another line of work.
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