The invoice established sure provisions on online game content and regulations on operations of Internet cafés and arcades. The most vital aspect of this bill was a ban on the manufacturing, import, and sale of consoles and arcade machines. This ban was not absolute, as it allowed for some consoles to be released in China, notably Sony’s PlayStation 2 in 2004 and several other of Nintendo’s consoles rebranded underneath the iQue partnership. However, with the restriction on game imports and their content, these consoles did not catch on in China.
Don’t believe any of the numbers. Shell game going on to pay for BC NDP errors and incompetence.
BC Voters need to Vote out the BC NDP asap!
B.C. to table provincial budget Tuesday https://t.co/GnJhvm1Dfv
— BE McWilliam Developments Investments Langley, BC (@bemcwilliam) February 22,