GamesBeat 5 video game labels that might actually work April 13, 2012 11:00 PM Evan Killham This post has not been edited by the GamesBeat staff. Opinions by GamesBeat community writers do not necessarily reflect those of the staff. If you've been following Congress lately (or just reading my News Blips), you might have heard of HR 4204, a bill submitted on March 19 by Representatives Joe Baca and Frank Wolf. The legislation mandates that every retail-released video game with an ESRB rating of "E" and above — so basically, all of them — must carry a label reading, "WARNING: Exposure to violent video games has been linked to aggressive behavior." I understand that Representatives Baca and Wolf mean well and are trying to keep young children from seeing and playing games that might turn them instantly into 28 Days Later-esque zombie psychopaths. I'm not really sure how the zombification would occur, and the proposed label doesn't explain it at all. So while I know that HR 4204 is a fine bill that presents no Constitutional, moral, or logical problems whatsoever, I think it could use more specificity. I have selected a few games and devised labels that will tell people exactly what they're in for when they lay their money down. Special thanks to Meghan Stratman and her Photoshop skills.