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Alice, Mad Hatter, Mr. Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, and the Queen are some of the residents of the State of Wonderland. Mad Hatter along with several other adults have purchased various video games for themselves or their children. Some of these games contain violent material. The State of Wonderland passed a law that prohibited the sale or rental of “violent video games.” The act defined violent video games as games “in which the range of options available to a player includes killing, maiming, dismembering, or sexually assaulting an image of a human being, if those acts are depicted” in a manner that “[a] reasonable person, considering the game as a whole, would find appeals to a deviant or morbid interest of minors.” The association of video game manufacturers and developers brought suit, challenging Wonderland’s statute as an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment right and a violation of their due process rights because it is so vague. What is the most likely outcome? Is the statute constitutional or unconstitutional and why?