By Morning Picker
A rash of carjackings in Chicago over the previous year has, obviously, drove some to point fingers at rough videogames. Popularity-based State Representative Marcus Evans Jr. has presented HB3531, which would boycott deals of savage games inside and out. “The bill would disallow the offer of a portion of these games that advance the exercises that
we’re experiencing in our networks,” Evans tells the Sun-Times. He adds that games like Grand Theft Auto have “become an immense issue in this range. At the point when you look at the two, you consider brutal to be as it identifies with these carjackings.”Related ArticleGrand Theft Auto V: The Experience Game has Come Out with Some Latest Updates!