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Interactive Entertainment Development CodeVirtually all developed countries currently assign age ratings to media products such as audio CDs, movies in theaters and on optical discs (DVDs and Blu-Rays), and video/computer games. Many people applaud age ratings systems. However, I often wonder if age-based ratings systems such as the ESRB and the MPAA do more harm than good.Interactive Entertainment Development Code by QuantumInnovator
First off, trying to determine what material is appropriate for what age groups makes the rating process infinitely more complicated. Secondly, parents all too often ignore age ratings. Last but not least, higher age ratings become more attractive to children (primarily males) who see media with higher age ratings as the cream of the crop and dismiss media with lower age ratings as "kiddie stuff".
Did you know that, in the United States, movies shown in public theaters were not assigned age ratings until 1968? Before then, Hollywood studios were governed by the "Motion Picture Production Code", which was written i
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