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Submitted by drummerx2709 1940d ago | news

The Rare Nintendo Game That Doesn't Have A Rating

Kotaku: This summer, Nintendo will ship software for the Nintendo DS that's missing something seen on every other game the company publishes-a rating from the Entertainment Software Ratings Board. 100 Classic Books is rated.... nothing.

The software's box art states, instead of showcasing an ESRB rating, "This product does not require age classification." That's a rare sight.

It is, after all, simply a collection of novels and plays from William Shakespeare, Jules Verne, Jane Austen, Mark Twain and others with limited interactivity. 100 Classic Books is little more than an ereader for the Nintendo DS platform. Its interactivity is limited to adjusting the size of text, placing bookmarks and downloading new content from Nintendo's Wi-Fi Connection service. (100 Classic Book Collection, Nintendo DS)

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