Shouldn't the Terminator be a character portrayed in a violent video game, rather than the guy who's out to ban the games' sales to minors?
It's certainly an out-of-character role being played by California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who plans to dispatch lawyers to the Supreme Court in November to argue for reinstating a law in his state banning kids' purchase or rental of some games.
Schwarzenegger says he's acting with a parent's eye toward protecting children from violent images. State officials' contention is that the video-game industry's rating system doesn't serve as enough of a deterrent to keep children from getting their hands on violent games.