This is why I don't understand why everyone thinks this is such a big issue! As far as I can tell this case will just actually make it illegal to sell 18 games to minors - which it already is in most other countries (AFAIK).
How are violent video games regulated in the United States? Are there no laws against selling mature rated games to minors? That's all I can imagine when these sort of cases come up. Do the people selling these games not care how old the people actually buying them actually are? Are there not age ratings on your boxes?
Theres no criminal law against it. Stores just adopt a policy of not selling to minors but theres no legal consequences for doing so.
In England if a game is rated by the BBC (And probably PEGI as well) it's illegal to sell to under 18's. So what? It's been like that for ages and nothing has changed. If this is really all the law is about, then it totally should be passed! It's ridiculous to rate games and then not even enforce that by law.
America is so weird >.>