Mature

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Rated M for…Mature?

The Entertainment Software Rating Board, known as the ESRB, is a ‘voluntary’ rating system that claims to be designed to provide “concise and impartial information about the content in computer and video games so consumers, especially parents,

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Innex Shows Us a New Way to Shoot on Wii

Tired of aiming Waggle-sticks, Wii-motes, Nunchuks, and otherwise ridiculously named controllers at your television while playing gun-based Action and/or Shooter games like Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition or RE: Darkside Chronicles? To put the G back in

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The Saboteur Gets ‘M’ Rating

Pandemic Studios' World War II outside-of-the-box thinking action game has finally made it's way through the ESRB. To our surprise (NOT) the game has received the ESRB's highest honor of a Mature rating.  What did people

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Sega to Make More Mature Titles for the Wii

Everyone knows Sega for their fast, spiked-hair, little blue hedgehog Sonic (and, unfortunately, his annoying sidekick Tails - who's more useless than Helen Keller).  Aside from introducing most of our first years of gaming with the