About 10 years ago, I wrote an article about “Marketing and Policy Considerations for Violent Video Games,” and the issue has recently reached the U.S. Supreme Court. At the time of my article, the Columbine shootings had just happened, and people were struggling to figure out why and how such a horrible thing could happen. Through my research, I quickly learned that the little white ball of yesteryear had been replaced with realistic images of graphic violence, and legislation to curb minors’ access was slow to follow for a variety of reasons. The issue remains as charged today as it was a decade ago. How should the High Court rule?