Survey reveals parents 'concerned' about content of video games

Almost three quarters of British parents are concerned about the content of video games, and want to see the industry independently regulated, according to new research from the British Board of Film Classification.

Nearly 80 per cent of those surveyed said they believed video games could affect the behaviour of some children, while 77 per cent said that game ratings should reflect the concerns of British parents.

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