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20 years, 20 questionable game ratings: A timeline of ESRB oddities

On September 16, 1994, the newly formed Entertainment Software Rating Board handed out its first ratings certificates, including its first M rating for the 32X version of Doom. Since then, the organization has taken on the Herculean task of assigning a content-based age rating to practically every commercial video game released in the United States.

Among the thousands of ESRB ratings issued over the years, there are quite a few that have people wondering what the group was thinking.

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