Sun., Jan. 16, 2005
Parents everywhere are looking for the “E” — it stands for everyone, and assures them that a video game bearing that rating is OK for kids.
Actually, the majority of video games out there are rated E, compared with “T” for teen and “M” for mature. But teen and mature titles are bigger sellers.
Read more about video game ratings in a story on the Technology page Monday.
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