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Viking developer: mandatory ratings will be good for games

PSPSPS.tv writes: "Last month I went to a preview of Sega and The Creative Assembly's new free roaming hack-and-slash, Viking: Battle of Asgard. The game stands out as one of the most graphically violent titles we've actually seen on UK shelves and bloodily dissecting your foes limb by evil limb is the par for the course.

At the time, I interviewed Senior Game Designer Col Rodgers and took the chance to quiz him about his thoughts on the then-rumoured introduction of a mandatory ratings system. "I'm a parent myself and ultimately I wouldn't like to think that there were unrated games going out and my children could be exposed to [violent games]," he said..."

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