Church of England Calls Sony Game 'Sick'

Jun 09, 2007 By THOMAS WAGNER, Associated Press Writer

(AP) -- The Church of England accused Sony Corp. on Saturday of using an English cathedral as the backdrop to a violent computer game and said it should be withdrawn from shop shelves.



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