Retailers Agree To Video Game Sales Rules

An organization that rates video games for appropriate age use says Wal-Mart Stores Incorporated and other retailers have agreed to voluntary measures dealing with sales of the games. The measures are intended to prevent young people from obtaining violent and sexually explicit video games.

According to the industry's Entertainment Software Rating Board, which rates the games, the measures focus on games rated "M" for "Mature" or "AO" for "Adults Only." Such games can contain intense violence, as well as strong language and sexual content.

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pRo loGic II6184d ago

Kids stick with Sony and us grown-ups will stick with Microsoft. lol

PS360PCROCKS6184d ago

lol agreed. this is good tho, kids dont need games that dont apply to them, they can play them when their 18 and if their parent thinks its ok than well their parents can always make the purchase for their child