An in-depth look at the roles of the ESA and ESRB within the gaming industry, particularly how they relate to the MPAA and other regulatory bodies.
I encourage anyone that cares about the right to play whatever they want to join this :)
i will defo consider joining if my girlfriend's pc would bloody work and load the dam page!!!!!!!!!! arghhh!!!!!!!!!!!
Anything that relates to the ESRB or MPAA, fυck you, seriously.
I think that both the ESRB and ESA are not only worthwhile institutions but necessary ones for, although many parties do exaggerate the danger posed by the content found in video games, there is a lot of very disturbing and downright weird stuff out there that some(kids below the age of 10 for instance) should not be allowed to see no matter how cool they think it will make them look with their friends. It may not always be perfect but, hey, they're only human.
The ESA and ESRB still do a good job. I'd rather have the industry self-regulate than allow the government to step in.
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