View Full Version : US Video Game Ratings System Adds New Category

03 March 2005, 03:18 PM
"The video game ratings system will add a new category to protect children under 10 from seeing certain kinds of violence, the board that administers the system said on Wednesday.

The Entertainment Software Rating Board said "E10+" would mark games that might contain "moderate amounts of cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes."

The E10+ rating will reside on the scale between "E," meaning a game is appropriate for all ages, and "T," meaning a game for teenagers. The ratings system also includes "M" ratings for those over 17 and the rarely-used "AO" for adult audiences only. "

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03 March 2005, 04:31 PM
Its a good idea because theres a big gap of content between E and T. But it won't do any good if the parents don't step in and do thier part.

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