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Thursday, 09 December 2010 10:27

Parents gain control with new video series

As Christmas approaches, many kids will soon be unwrapping video games from under their Christmas tree. One company has released a set of videos to ensure kids are only playing the games Santa gave them.

Published in Home Tech

The Australian State Attorneys General have met to discuss (among other pressing matters) the submissions provided to a discussion paper on the introduction of an R18+ Classification for Interactive Entertainment.  Despite 98% pro-submissions for the rating introduction, the AG department has asked for more deliberation time on the matter.  This has bemused the iGEA (interactive games & entertainment association), including CEO Ron Curry who spoke to iTWire.

Published in Radioactive IT
The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (iGEA) realises that the current call for discussion submissions on the introduction of a R18+ Classification for video games is  an opportunity that cannot go unheeded.
Published in Radioactive IT




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