Wal-Mart pulls violent video game off shelves
Some of the nation's biggest retail chains have been quick to respond to the video game industry's decision to give an adults-only rating to the best-selling "
The rating change came after intense political pressure.
Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy and Circuit City say they're pulling all copies of the video game from their store shelves.
The manufacturer says it has stopped making the current version of the game, which includes graphic sex scenes that can be unlocked with an Internet download. The game was released in October with an "M" rating, for players 17 and older.