Feinstein also encouraged the entertainment and video game industries to take voluntary steps to produce products that do not glorify big, powerful guns before Congress feels compelled to step in. She mentioned that Adam Lanza, the 20-year-old man responsible for the Sandy Hook Elementary School slayings, practiced shooting both at a range with his mother and on a video screen.
Note that this is a call for the computer game industry to regulate itself, backed by the thread of federal action (before Congress feels compelled to step in"). It resembles the self-censorship of comic books n the 1950s, where Congressional threats drove the creation of the Comics Code Authority.
There's a bit more, driving home the Sandy Hook connection:
Video games play "a very negative role for young people, and the industry ought to take note of that," she said. "If Sandy Hook doesn't do it, if the knowledge of these video games this young man played doesn't, then maybe we have to proceed, but that is in the future."
Watching this closely to see if it goes anywhere.