I don't know. Something about framing the purchase and playing of video games in the same light as the practice of religion, defending one's property, and attaining redress from one's government strikes me as a tad overly dramatic.
On the other hand, I get it: gaming is serious business. Like, to the tune of almost $10 billion a year, according to the Entertainment Software Association.
And like any industry, consumers have come to expect a certain level of service. That's why two game developers compiled a list of. The intention is to have the industry adopt it as a set of principals.
The list from Stardock and