The ESRB rating system has two parts: rating symbols, which are printed on the front of each Play Station® game box, and content descriptors, which are printed on the back.
Rating symbols suggest age appropriateness for the game, and content descriptors indicate elements in a game that may have triggered a particular rating and/or may be of interest or concern.
Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood and/or infrequent use of strong language.
Titles in this category contain no material that parents would find inappropriate.
TITLES RATED E (Everyone) have content that may be suitable for persons ages 6 and older.
Titles in this category may contain violence, blood and gore, sexual content, and/or strong language. To fully understand what to expect from a game, parents should check both the content descriptors and the rating symbol. ABOUT ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE RATING BOARD (ESRB) The ESRB is a non-profit, self-regulatory body established in 1994 by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA).
Following are some of the more frequently used content descriptors on Play Station® games. ESRB independently applies ratings, enforces advertising guidelines, and helps ensure responsible online privacy practices for the interactive entertainment software industry.
(General Audiences): This content contains no objectionable content and can be viewed by anyone, regardless of age.
(Not recommended for viewers younger than 10 years of age).
In Brazil, video games are rated by the Department of Justice ("DEJUS").
The following is a list of the DEJUS rating icons and their descriptions.
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“Sexy Durga” by Sanal Kumar Sasidharan has won the “Hivos Tiger Competition”, whereas “Rey” won the “Special Jury Award” for an exceptional achievement.
This content is recommended for persons who are at least 10 years of age.