Moral Kombat now on Hulu

August 11, 2010 -

Spencer Halpin’s Moral Kombat, the 2007 documentary that focuses on the subject of violence in videogames, is now available for free viewing on Hulu.

The documentary features a wide assortment of game industry luminaries, pundits and critics weighing in on the topic of violence in games, including Lorne Lanning, Dean Takahashi, American McGee, Doug Lowenstein, Jason Della Rocca, Jack Thompson, Hal Halpin and Henry Jenkins.

It can also still be viewed on Amazon’s OnDemand Service, Babelgum, iTunes and Netflix.

Halpin offered:

I’m excited to see the documentary available on Hulu, primarily because it gives those who want to learn more about the issue yet another portal option.

 

The violent video games U.S. Supreme Court review, dubbed Schwarzenegger v EMA, this winter will mean that millions of people interested in the subject – learning more about the First Amendment arguments, the rights of the creators and sellers versus their social responsibilities – now have a variety of ways that they can watch the film and become well-versed on the matter.

Disclosure: Spencer Halpin is the brother of Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA) President Hal Halpin’s. GamePolitics is a publication of the ECA.


 
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