Algonquin arcade pulls games after Sandy Hook tragedy

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A video arcade owner in Algonquin just pulled a dozen games from his arcade, because of the Sandy Hook school massacre.

Kevin Slota runs the No Limit Arcade.

He says, when he heard people blaming the shootings on kids being exposed to violent video games, he decided not to take any chances.

Any game that involved people shooting other people, is now gone.

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