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Supremely Legal

Date: July 4, 2011

Written and Performed by: Graham Stark, Kathleen De Vere, Jeremy Petter, Paul Saunders

Story Graphics: Paul Saunders, Jeremy Petter

CheckPoint Graphics: Graham Stark

Music: Bradley Rains

Editing: Jeremy Petter

Thanks To: Russ Pitts, Alexander Macris, Penny Arcade

Produced by: Graham Stark, Paul Saunders


The Supreme Court makes Leland Yee supremely angry. Find out why on today's CheckPoint.


  • Fable 3 did not meet Molyneux's expectations.
  • Sony hacker, geohot, was hired by Facebook.
  • Black Eyed Peas Experience game announced for Wii, Kinect.
  • Used game sales allegedly not the reason why Resident Evil: Mercenaries saves can't be deleted.
  • Square Enix will be releasing a chiptune cover album of Final Fantasy music.
  • The Supreme Court rules that a law against selling M-rated games to minors is itself illegal.
  • Paul digs down deeper into the implications of how this ruling affects everyone.

Coming Up

LulzSec hangs up their hacking trade once and for all.

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