ESRB on the Defense

The Entertainment Software Rating Board has accused the National Institute on Media and the Family for undermining the credibility of the ratings system.

For two organizations that claim to have the same interests in mind, one would think the ESRB and NIMF would get along just fine. But the two organizations who place parents and children on a pedestal are butting heads once again.

Following the release of this year's annual Video Game Report Card, in which NIMF gave the games industry a lukewarm "C" overall, ESRB president Patricia Vance defended strides made in the ratings system and parental awareness.

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jaja14343942d ago

GO get them soul sucking, life destroying, downers of all that is good in this world, ESRB. Go with jaja's blessing.

Mr Tretton3942d ago

I think the ratings have been pretty off actually. Those lines between T and MA are getting pretty blurry.

This is why parents are scared of the 360 and PS3 and just get the kids a Wii.

wh0am13942d ago (Edited 3942d ago )

well she's a good looking lady (and probably a mom?)
no wonder all the other soccer moms are complaing about the ESRB
they're just jealous that she's better looking

Komrad3942d ago

well look at the mpaa. they still have no idea what they're doing...