Video game makers and players are celebrating the ruling. No matter how violent or bloody the game is, it's unconstitutional to bar children from buying or renting them.
Fresno Grandparent, Jo Santiago said. "The main thing here is family and adult supervision. Nobody is going to do that for your kid except you. The government is not going to be there to supervise what your kids are doing inside your home."
Many stores like Target and BRE in Fresno already have policies in place. That includes checking ID's and allowing a game to be returned if a parent deems it too violent. They say they'll keep those policies in place despite today's ruling.