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Tanks, blood, machine guns--some lawmakers and advocacy groups say enough is enough when it comes to violence in games.

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    "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" is the most frequent target of lawmakers and advocates who want to restrict sales of violent video games.

    Credit: Take-Two Interactive Software

    Grand Theft Auto

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    "JFK Reloaded," a downloadable game by British developer Traffic in which players reenact the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, has drawn widespread criticism.

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    JFK Reloaded

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    The 1992 shooter "Wolfenstein 3D" was one of the first games to inspire broad concern about game violence. Two years later, the Entertainment Software Ratings Board was formed to apply movie-style ratings to games.

    Credit: Id Software

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