The bigger the gaming industry gets, the bigger of a target it becomes for regulation. https://www.infowars.com/the-looming-threat-of-video-game-regulation/ The only argument in video game regulation that has any merit is attempting to protect children from adult content- overt violence and sexuality. That doesn't take a lot of regulation. If it has sex, nudity, blood or murder, require an ID to purchase. Done. If an adult wants to buy and play a game where they can simulate violent, disgusting or immoral behavior, the market will decide whether such a game thrives or fades and whether anyone else tries to sell something similar. At what point was it decided that there was an authority on what fiction we could participate in? Where does this authority come from? How is this anything but the legislation and enforcement of morality?