Making good on a vow to bring up Japanese PC title RapeLay in Parliament, British Labour MP Keith Vaz has issued a call for the game to be banned in the U.K., reports the Evening Standard:
Mr Vaz, who campaigns against violent computer games, called on the Government to ban [RapeLay] from sale to UK players over the internet.
In a Commons motion, he said he was "appalled that a video game that simulates rape has been readily available for sale on the internet".
He welcomed the decision by Amazon to withdraw the game.
As GamePolitics reported earlier this month, Vaz was one the first to speak out against RapeLay.