If you live in Marin County, California, and like ice cream more than games, you’re in luck. According to a report from Polygon, the DA for Marin County is offering ice cream for violent games through the month of October.
DA Ed Berberian ran an incredibly successful program for firearm buy-back a couple years ago and is now targeting things some see as peripheral to domestic and youth violence – violent video games and toy guns.
If you bring in one of those items – though it’s not clear what constitutes a violent video game from the original report – a local Ben and Jerry’s franchise is donating ice cream in return for that item.
If fan consensus online is any indicator, they’ll probably get every copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts in a 20 mile radius, so at least the owners of the game can get some enjoyment out of the disc.