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Tuesday, March 08, 2005

New game rating

"E10+" spells better guidance for parents on children's games. Now there's an older-child part of the E-for-Everybody rating in the categories at the US's Entertainment Software Rating Board, Reuters reports. E10+ games will have "moderate amounts of cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes," according to the descriptor the ESRB will apply to this category. "The ESRB said it expects that most top sports, racing and adventure games would continue to take an E rating, while racing games with graphic crashes and fighting games with superheroes would likely take an E10+." The ESRB rates just about every game published in the US.

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