The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a free-speech case which defended a California law that prohibits the sale or rental of extremely violent video games to minors, levying a fine of up to $1,000 per violation.

Should children be able to buy violent video games that allow players to kill, maim, dismember or sexually assault people in such a way that the entire game lacks any serious value for minors? You decide: Here is a trailer for Postal III